Digital payment solution provider, PayMaya has further expanded its cashless payment system in the transportation sector.
During a virtual briefing on Wednesday, August 19, PayMaya said it had strengthened its presence in the industry by covering public transit, transport hubs, gas stations, and delivery services. The move supports the government’s call to embrace cashless fare collection to help stem the spread of the deadly virus.
According to PayMaya President Shailesh Baidwan claimed many transport operators have “accelerated their cashless deployments” onboard PayMaya’s system.
PayMaya is in talks with air and water transport companies for cashless payment acceptance as well.
PayMaya is enabling operators of various modes of land-based mass transportation with its advanced end-to-end payment platforms.
“Our complete suite of cashless payment solutions can help empower all modes of transportation, from tricycle drivers to jeepneys, all the way to premium taxis, buses, and other forms of mass transportation around the country,” said Marvin Santos, Enterprise Head for the Public Sector at PayMaya.
Through its end-to-end digital financial services and solutions, PayMaya is enabling its transportation partners to accept contactless payments through card or e-wallet payments either inside vehicles, in transportation hubs, or through their various digital and mobile channels.