SasaPay, a Kenyan digital payments service provider, has been recognized as Africa’s Best Emerging Digital Payment Provider of the Year at the 8th Edition of the Africa Digital Economy Awards 2023. This prestigious award serves as a testament to SasaPay’s unwavering commitment to fostering innovation, inclusivity, and sustainability within the African digital economy.
“This recognition is a testament to our commitment to revolutionizing digital payments and fostering financial inclusion. We are dedicated to providing innovative solutions that cater to the diverse needs of our customers,” stated Daniel Njoroge, Chief Operating Officer of SasaPay.
InstinctWave, the organizer of the ADEA and publisher of Digital Economy magazine, emphasized the importance of acknowledging the diverse contributions that drive progress and enhance daily lives. They expressed their appreciation for SasaPay’s efforts and reiterated their commitment to nurturing the positive impact of the digital economy on society.
SasaPay’s recent accolade comes just two months after the company unveiled a new strategy aimed at expanding its customer base in both Kenya and the diaspora market. The core of this strategy lies in providing cutting-edge seamless financial solutions and ensuring a secure payments experience for a wide range of businesses, including players in the financial services sector, SMEs, healthcare facilities, educational institutions, transport sector players, agricultural enterprises, and manufacturers.
With a vision to position Kenya as the gateway to Africa, SasaPay has linked its platform to diverse payment gateways worldwide, enabling individuals and businesses to conduct transactions seamlessly across borders. This connectivity fosters cross-border trade and economic growth within the continent.
SasaPay’s recognition as Africa’s Best Emerging Digital Payment Provider of the Year underscores its dedication to revolutionizing the digital payments landscape in Africa. The company’s innovative approach, coupled with its commitment to financial inclusion, positions it as a driving force in shaping the future of Africa’s digital economy.