Postilion has established a footprint in a 15th African country. Operating in the African market since 1994, the organisation already has a presence in South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Mauritius, Seychelles, Swaziland, the Gambia, and has now deployed a solution with Bankom, Uganda’s largest transaction switch. Africa is the continent in which Postilion was launched and it remains one of the company’s key global markets. Africa’s three top banks and three top retailers use Postilion to drive their electronic payments. More than 100 million transactions are processed per month in South Africa alone. Postilion has also been selected for use as the largest bank transaction switch in Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Kenya. According to the company, its solutions are well suited to African market conditions and the following features have all contributed to the success of Postilion deployments in Africa: modular solution architecture; flexible and scalable open systems platform; robust ATM and POS driving capabilities; strong management information and reporting functionality; and quick implementation time scales.
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