Mobile payment app DaraPay and retail boutique chain Sandara Group are partnering so customers can use the payment system at the group’s Pandora Exchange Square store.
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In a joint statement today, the companies said the DaraPay option would ease the process of payment at the store where customers can fill up and pay for purchases via their mobile phones.
“Through the app, customers are able to handle many financial transactions through their smartphone, reducing the need to carry and accept cash,” it said.
DaraPay was developed by Canadia-Fullerton Money Plc, a joint-venture company between Canadia Investment Holding of Cambodia and Fullerton Financial Holdings of Singapore, to operate a mobile wallet and payments business in Cambodia.
DaraPay general manager Phok Ratha said mobile technology has transformed the way people live, work, travel, shop and stay connected.
He said being a financial technology (fintech) company, DaraPay strives to provide innovative financial services that meet the changing need of its customers.
“In 2019, we will be offering more solutions to address the growing demand for convenience and access to financial services ensuring that DaraPay stays at the cusp of innovation and offers superior customer experience,” Mr Ratha said.
Sandara brand manager John Lim said cashless payment options are a great way to improve its customer service.
“For us, collaborating with DaraPay would give us a stronger position in the affordable-luxury market and will offer customers more options. We are delighted to collaborate with DaraPay and are looking forward to a long-lasting partnership,” he added.