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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 17th Annual General Meeting ('AGM') of eTranzact International PLC ('the Company') will hold at the Function Room 4th Floor, Fortune Towers, 27/29, Adeyemo Alakija Street, Victoria Island, Lagos on Wednesday, July 28 at 11:00AM...Learn more
eTranzact opens its doors! Officially launching its proprietary payment Switch in 2003, eTranzact rolled out its operations.
Diversifying its portfolio in 2004, eTranzact added banking Java Apps and ESA to its product suite.
In 2005, the company officially released its enterprise bulk payment solution, CorporatePay. In the same year, it launched its patented cardless withdrawal product, CardLex.
A crowning point, the company celebrated 1 million transactions across its platform of product.
In 2008, eTranzact attained a great feat processing 10,000% more transactions within a year and reaching 1 billion transactions. She also celebrated her CardLex patent approval and introduced ESA to the market.
eTranzact became public in 2009 and got listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. In the same year, expanding its product portfolio, the industry witnessed the invent of its USSD payment solution, as well as introductions of its airtime solution, JustTopUp and card processing gateway, WebConnect.
Maintaining its streak of innovations, PocketMoni (a mobile wallet solution) was released in 2010, and the company broadened its processing capacity as MasterCard processor.
Extending payment touch points to bank branches, eTranzact launched branch solution in 2011. Same year, eTranzact received its PCI-DSS certification, an attestation to its security standard compliance.
eTranzact obtained her ISO 27001 certification, evident of her applied security controls and practices.
2015 saw more novel products added to the eTranzact product mix. BankIT (a direct debit payment gateway service) and SwitchIT (all-inclusive API that powers your live switch) were inaugurated.
New Wine. New Look. eTranzact refreshes her brand.
eTranzact applies an organization-wide transformation – people, process and technology.