Cellulant and its one-stop-shop payments platform, Tingg, have been recognised for providing online and offline payments solutions to businesses, banks and consumers.
Cellulant and Tingg jointly won 4 awards at the just-concluded World Business Outlook Awards 2022.
Cellulant won awards for leading Digital Payment Platform Africa, best fintech Digital Payment Solutions Provider Africa 2022 and Most Reliable Digital Payment Platform on the continent while Tingg bagged the best one-stop Digital Payments Platform award.
The World Business Outlook is a Singapore-based print and online magazine providing coverage and analysis of the financial industry, international business and the global economy. It is driven to serve its readers, viewers, and attendees with comprehensive business updates.
Cellulant is winning the World Business Outlook Awards for the second year. The Company won two awards in 2021 as the: “Leading Financial Technology Company in Africa and Best Digital Payment Service provider.
“The World Business Outlook Awards has an eye for industry mastery and value, and this recognition for Cellulant and Tingg is a great honour. Receiving these awards is a testament to the trust of our customers around the world who have partnered with us to power their growth,” stated Cellulant’s Group Head of Global Marketing and Communication Divine Muragijimana.
“More importantly, this recognition celebrates our team across Africa and their hard work in building a payments platform that is solving the high payment fragmentation experienced by businesses and their customers across the continent.”
Cellulant provides a single API payments platform that enables global, regional and local businesses to collect payments online and offline; while allowing anyone to pay from their mobile money, local and international cards or directly from their bank.
Today, Cellulant has an office presence in 18 countries with a payments platform connecting thousands of businesses with 257 payment options across 35 countries. The platform powers payments for 200M consumers on a single inclusive network for interoperability across Africa.