Klasha launches payments links to accept cross-border payments
With a big push both economically and financially in Africa, commercial payment companies are finding ways to push digitisation amongst smaller businesses that are behind the technological curve.
In such, Nigeria based cross-border payments company, Klasha has launched a no-code option to accept payments for B2B and B2C merchants. Under this Klasha Payment Link, it will let African business clients pay their international companies ‘without needing a website, app, or any coding skills’.
According to the company, businesses can create a simple custom checkout page directly from their KlashaDash dashboard and customers in Africa can make payments using their preferred payment methods like card, bank account, USSD, m-pesa, Ghana Mobile Money etc and this won’t require coding and the payment link can be shared to clients via any channel of their choice.
The company’s CEO Jess Anuna said that this feature will be able for both offline and online businesses and sole traders to accept payments from Africa without having them worry about integration processes.
The Klasha Payment Link according to the press note can be customised to suit different business needs such as B2B wholesale businesses, SMEs, creators, personal shoppers and freelancers ‘who do not own a website or have developer resources can receive payments within minutes from Africa without any hassle’.