Who Are We?
Dashpay was initially conceived as a traditional merchant acquirer when first established in 2013. Since that time a significant amount has been invested in the development of Dashpay’s systems and technology, with further resources being allocated to complete its multi-product transacting platform, essentially for the facilitation of Business-to-Business payment related products in conjunction with its institutional client base.
Dashpay presently operates within the South African national payments infrastructure, continually broadening its market reach, while concurrently establishing and securing the transaction capacity of its technology platforms. Dashpay services are ideally suited to serving the rapidly changing needs for secure payment systems, and financial management across Africa.
Traditional financial institutions and financial services companies, often constrained by legacy systems and platforms, have for various reasons struggled to respond to changing customer needs or provide innovative payment related services to non-traditional merchants, be they retailers, wholesalers, other independent vendors, and more particularly SMMEs.
Dashpay’s technology platforms are adaptable and compatible with electronic point of sales devices and state of the art switching and processing capabilities. These can be offered directly to SMME retailers and suppliers to SMME retailers to expand this presently underserviced market in which electronic payments, secure recovery and other financial service products, disciplines and controls could become helpful and applicable.
The Dashpay Difference
The solutions make the concept of “universal acquiring”, now globally recognised as critical to having a successful merchant acquiring offering, seamless and cost effective. Universal acquiring (i.e. allowing a single device to be used by multiple parties to offer multiple and differentiated products and services) will drive penetration among retailers, allow financial and banking institutions to offer tailored solutions to their clients and should materially reduce bank customer churn.