Finja, Pakistan Post join forces to introduce digitised services

As the pace of innovation accelerates in Pakistan, different local and international entities operating in the country are on a mission to digitise their services in order to facilitate people.

A recent development came about when Finja Pvt Ltd and Pakistan Post signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 18th June 2019. As per the MOU, Pakistan Post will act as an agent for Finja’s growing e-commerce platform and integrate it with Pakistan Post’s existing platforms including its website and apps. This will enable its customers to purchase a range of products offered by merchants at Finja’s Marketplace through direct payments as well as on easy monthly instalments.

Indeed, this venture would propel Pakistan Post’s e-commerce initiatives, which is one of its key objectives these days.

In addition, Finja would be collaborating with Pakistan Post on a wide array of opportunities and propositions to digitise their existing and upcoming services, including deliveries, disbursements, remittances and payments to enter a new era of digital innovation for a public services organisation.

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In the recent past, Finja has made waves with notable advancements such as offering instant digital credit to individuals and SMEs, driving digital payments and creating an automated payroll system through the SimSim wallet.

Undoubtedly, this collaboration between both parties will bring about greater ease and convenience for people of Pakistan, stimulating the movement towards a digital tomorrow.

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