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Most popular mobile devices in the Eko merchant network

By | Money Transfer, Remittance, Technology, Wallet | No Comments

Eko works with a select network of almost 10,000 merchants across almost all the states in India who facilitate remittance services for our customers.

A good portion of our merchants transact on smart-devices. The following is a glimpse of the popular device (manufacturers) that our merchants have used in Aug/ Sept 2016:

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Samsung, Xiomi and Micromax win,
followed closely by LYF, Lenovo and Vivo,
surprisingly even Apple figures!

Smartphones ki jay!

How to launch money transfer services?

By | Blog, Money Transfer, Others, Remittance, Wallet | No Comments

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You must be thinking that launching money transfer services in your merchant network would be a lengthy process. Eko has launched its APIs that allow you to launch money remittance services in your network in a jiffy. All you need to do is follow the five steps mentioned below:

1. Simply “Sign-in” on the developer portal developers.eko.co.in. and start experimenting with the staging APIs. If you like the APIs and it fulfills your requirements, please send an email to partnerships@eko.co.in with your contact details.

Within 24 hours, our team will get in touch with you and guide you through our on-boarding process & commercials.

2. Complete Documentation Process – As a next step, you just need two soft copies of the following KYC documents (as per the table below) to get you on-boarded. Please ensure that the copies are self-attested.

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We will send you two copies of the agreement. Please sign them and send it back to us.

3. Start API Integration – Create a working prototype of your remittance solution and share dummy user login and password with Eko team.

4. UAT Signoff – Eko’s Compliance and Quality Assurance team shall do a UAT of your solution in order to check if integration is consistent with http://blog.eko.co.in/enable-remittance-services-using-eko-apis/. Once Eko gives UAT signoff to the prototype, production credentials would be shared along with operational information.

5. Go Live – You would need to replace staging credentials with production credentials and staging URL with production URL in your code. And your product will be ready for launch!