ImaliPay, the Nairobi-based FinTech-as-a-service provider has signed a major deal with third-party eCommerce fulfillment solution Renda. The partnership aims to simplify and streamline order fulfillment for Enterprise and Medium-sized businesses across Africa.
The two companies will help businesses reach their target audiences and for consumers to access the products and services they need.
Renda is a technology-driven third-party fulfillment solution provider that enables medium-sized e-commerce businesses to grow and scale across Africa. It enables businesses to search and book a storage space, monitor the real-time status of their inventory, push out high volumes of orders to be processed daily, track the delivery, and ensure real-time collection and reconciliation of cash on delivery.
ImaliPay is a fast-growing “FinTech-as-a-Service” start-up that deploys API infrastructure to power embedded financial products and services. It offers four main products: automated reconciliation, BNPL engine, payments, and ledgers-as-a-service. ImaliPay boasts a diverse clientele, including FleetSimplify, KeraPay, LipaLater, Propel, and many others across Africa.
This partnership aims to bring together their expertise and resources to create seamless and integrated solutions for eCommerce businesses in Africa. By combining ImaliPay’s “Fintech-as-a-Service” platform with Renda’s advanced order fulfillment network, businesses will be able to reach their target audiences and sell their products with ease and confidence.
Ope Onabaye, Founder & CEO at Renda, emphasized that having a supportive and knowledgeable FinTech partner is crucial when looking to expand into new markets, a common challenge many businesses face. ImaliPay’s service aims to revolutionize payment processes by digitising transactions and providing a consolidated view of payments through our platform.
Sanmi Akinmusire, Co-founder & COO at ImaliPay said, “Our goal is to drive growth, increase efficiency and bring innovation to the table through modular API technology, making this partnership timely for both start-ups.