Verve International has announced a marked expansion in its payment scheme, onboarding over 200 direct Scheme members cross-continent and also firmly consolidating its growing market share in Nigeria.
In a Statement, Verve International also said it has issued over 35 million Verve cards in Nigeria.
” In terms of card issuance and transactions, having now issued over 35 million active payment cards to date, as well as a combined aggregate of well over 50 million tokens.”
On the African front, Verve cardholders are provided with the benefit of using the Verve card in Nigeria and 21 other African countries, underscoring the company’s resolve to ensure the seamlessness of transactions across the continent, particularly for the critical mass of consumer demographics, whilst driving value and efficiency for African financial institutions.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Verve International, Vincent Ogbunude, stated that Verve continues to provide innovative ways to make transactions and payments more secure and convenient for loyal customers across the globe.
He said, “As the world continues the shift towards a cashless system, and in the face of increased uptake of digital payments, it has become important that we find new and innovative ways to serve our cardholders and ensure that they have a seamless and secure payment experience, providing them with the good life.
“At Verve, we remain focused on improving our customers’ experiences, while making their lives better; and with this in mind, we seek out opportunities to ensure that mechanisms that will make our goals possible are put in place.”
Verve international is the first and only EMV-certified pan-African, customer-centric payment scheme (a subsidiary of the Interswitch Group), issuing cards and payment solutions to individuals, issuers, and organizations; and remains committed to pushing the bounds in terms of customer experience and payment possibilities.