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Payment Gateway

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A Point of Sale (POS) terminal is a portable device that allows local debit cardholders make payment for goods and services in a retail environment.

  • AFRICUNIA BANK Payment Gateway Platform for providing end to end supplier finance solution.
  • Set-up Commission charges, revolving interest rates, buyer seller relations.
  • Manage invoice, finance accounts, process transactions and calculate charges and fees.
  • Transaction Payment to multipleparties using built-in gateways.
  • Additional Security – the AFRICUNIA Blockchain payment gateway platform will provide unique security of data and access restrictions inherent within the technology.
  • The payment gateway system will have the capability to increase “user value-add” by providing another layer of security of data encryption which makes it impossible for the data to be accessed by any unauthorized user from any network (internal and external).

1 Financing Features

  • Acount Receivable (A/R) Financing - The Account receivable financing is the corporate finance practice of Invoice discounting (i.e. bill discount) as well as post-dated cheque discounting. The invoice discount is available to Seller who “sells” products to their buyer and puts forward invoice to the buyer.
  • Distributor Financing - The Distributor Finance product is for the bank to provide loans to large distributors (i.e. buyers) that gets the goods from the suppliers (sellers) within the workflow. The seller or the supplier will intimate the AFRICUNIA BANK on the sales made to the distributors within the system. The AFRICUNIA BANK via makerchecker process, will authorize the loan to the distributors to pay the suppliers.
  • Supplier Financing - The account payables are the liabilities that the entities owe to the supplier or distributor. The Supplier finance seems to be similar to A/R process where the seller is allowed to obtain the loan by the bank upon submitting the Goods Receipt Note or Invoice.
  • Purchase Order Financing -The Purchase Order financing is available to the seller upon submission of Purchase Order to AFRICUNIA BANK. The buyer has to authorize the transaction in the AFRICUNIA system.

2 Standard Features

  • Acount Receivable (A/R) Financing - The Account receivable financing is the corporate finance practice of Invoice discounting (i.e. bill discount) as well as post-dated cheque discounting. The invoice discount is available to Seller who “sells” products to their buyer and puts forward invoice to the buyer.
  • Distributor Financing - The Distributor Finance product is for the bank to provide loans to large distributors (i.e. buyers) that gets the goods from the suppliers (sellers) within the workflow. The seller or the supplier will intimate the AFRICUNIA BANK on the sales made to the distributors within the system. The AFRICUNIA BANK via makerchecker process, will authorize the loan to the distributors to pay the suppliers.
  • Supplier Financing - The account payables are the liabilities that the entities owe to the supplier or distributor. The Supplier finance seems to be similar to A/R process where the seller is allowed to obtain the loan by the bank upon submitting the Goods Receipt Note or Invoice.
  • Purchase Order Financing -The Purchase Order financing is available to the seller upon submission of Purchase Order to AFRICUNIA BANK. The buyer has to authorize the transaction in the AFRICUNIA system.
  • Acount Receivable (A/R) Financing - The Account receivable financing is the corporate finance practice of Invoice discounting (i.e. bill discount) as well as post-dated cheque discounting. The invoice discount is available to Seller who “sells” products to their buyer and puts forward invoice to the buyer.
  • Distributor Financing - The Distributor Finance product is for the bank to provide loans to large distributors (i.e. buyers) that gets the goods from the suppliers (sellers) within the workflow. The seller or the supplier will intimate the AFRICUNIA BANK on the sales made to the distributors within the system. The AFRICUNIA BANK via makerchecker process, will authorize the loan to the distributors to pay the suppliers.
  • Supplier Financing - The account payables are the liabilities that the entities owe to the supplier or distributor. The Supplier finance seems to be similar to A/R process where the seller is allowed to obtain the loan by the bank upon submitting the Goods Receipt Note or Invoice.
  • Purchase Order Financing -The Purchase Order financing is available to the seller upon submission of Purchase Order to AFRICUNIA BANK. The buyer has to authorize the transaction in the AFRICUNIA system.
  • Acount Receivable (A/R) Financing - The Account receivable financing is the corporate finance practice of Invoice discounting (i.e. bill discount) as well as post-dated cheque discounting. The invoice discount is available to Seller who “sells” products to their buyer and puts forward invoice to the buyer.
  • Distributor Financing - The Distributor Finance product is for the bank to provide loans to large distributors (i.e. buyers) that gets the goods from the suppliers (sellers) within the workflow. The seller or the supplier will intimate the AFRICUNIA BANK on the sales made to the distributors within the system. The AFRICUNIA BANK via makerchecker process, will authorize the loan to the distributors to pay the suppliers.
  • Supplier Financing - The account payables are the liabilities that the entities owe to the supplier or distributor. The Supplier finance seems to be similar to A/R process where the seller is allowed to obtain the loan by the bank upon submitting the Goods Receipt Note or Invoice.
  • Purchase Order Financing -The Purchase Order financing is available to the seller upon submission of Purchase Order to AFRICUNIA BANK. The buyer has to authorize the transaction in the AFRICUNIA system.

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