One of Nigeria’s non-interest banks, TAJBank has deployed the Nigerian Quick Response (NQR) payment solution as part of efforts to get innovative in its customer service response.
NQR payment solution is a secure indigenous quick response code-based payment and collection platform approved by the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) for merchants and customers to receive and make payments for goods and services in a quick, easy, contactless and secure manner.
The Founder/Chief Operating Officer of the bank, Hamid Joda, said the solution is the newest addition to its innovative and ingenious e-business channels.
to further drive TAJBank’s culture of innovation and create a seamless payment experience for its rapidly growing individual and corporate customers in their banking transactions.
“We are excited to have this payment channel introduced into the nation’s financial system as an addition to other innovative solutions we have deployed over the past few months. This is a proof that, as we have said in our communications signature line, TAJBank’s interest is always in our customers”, Joda said.
Chief Marketing Officer/Co-Founder, Sherif Idi, said the deployment of the NQR payment solution would revolutionize the e-payment experience and open new frontiers for small, medium and large-scale businesses who are major stakeholders of the bank.
Since it commenced operations in the non-interest banking segment of the financial services industry, TAJBank is noted for its impeccable track record of growth and innovation, rendering exceptional quality services to customers.
The lender’s NQR solution is open to all customers of the bank, both merchants and individuals across all its branches and digital channels globally.
TAJBank is Nigeria’s second licensed non-interest financial institution offering a bouquet of innovative and customer-oriented products and services spanning private banking, retail banking, business banking, development finance and the public sector.
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