Fintech Klasha Has Partnered Up With OpenCart To Help International Businesses Accept Payments From Africa

Nigeria and San Francisco-based start-up, Klasha, has just announced its partnership with OpenCart, an all-in-one e-commerce builder that provides businesses with the tools to create and launch an online store.

Klasha, first launched in 2018 by Jess Anuna and Kemi Oritsejafor, specializes in helping merchants worldwide sell online to Africa and receive payments in local currency.

The new partnership means that OpenCart merchants can now sell more and accept payments online from customers across the continent while enjoying “superfast last-mile delivery to customers across the continent within 10 days.”

Merchants who decide to use Klasha on OpenCart will get several benefits, including faster payments through multiple payment methods, including card payments, M-Pesa, and mobile money in local African currencies.

They will also get increased conversions, and fewer abandoned carts through its “smooth and seamless checkout experience.”

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Abbianca Makoni

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