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Cellulant and Solv Kenya have entered into a new payment agreement


Cellulant, a pan-African payments company, has signed a financial services partnership with Solv Kenya, a B2B digital platform focused on MSMEs. This means that Solv Kenya’s growing list of MSME partners will be able to use Cellulant’s digital payment and collections services.

As a follow-up to the announcement made the previous month regarding Solv’s commercial operations in Kenya, the partnership will make it possible for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) that use the Solv Kenya platform to reconcile, receive, and view all of their payments on the move under one roof.

Solv Kenya has over 5,000 MSMEs and over ten multinational corporations as members, and the company plans to add another 10,000 businesses by the end of the year. This partnership will make it easier for businesses that use the SOLV marketplace to do business.




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