Sharaf Exchange LLC, and Paykii (Domestic & Cross Border Bill Payment Hub), have signed an Agreement that will enable Sharaf Exchange to offer domestic and cross border bill payment services to over 30+ countries, including India, Pakistan, Philippines, Nepal, Egypt, Jordan, Indonesia, as well as multiple countries in Africa.
This partnership between the two organizations is meant to ease the burden for residents and expats to pay electricity, water and other utility bills for themselves or their loved ones back home.
The agreement signing ceremony was held at Dubai in the presence of senior executives from Sharaf Exchange and Paykii.
Yasser Sharaf, Board of Director of Sharaf Exchange, said: We believe in collaborations and partnerships which bring real value proposition to us as a company and for our valued customers. This is a great initiative from our team indeed, so we can continue to focus on our core services. Paykii complements the core services by brining those value-added services as a strategic partner.
Imad ul Malik, CEO of Sharaf Exchange, said: “It is our great pleasure to be associated with Paykii, a global bill payment hub and we are sure that this tie up will be mutually beneficial for both organizations as well as for our valued customers. We always look for ways to add value and offer additional services to our valued customers”.
Nelson Irizarry, COO of Paykii, said: “Paykii is excited to partner with Sharaf Exchange on offering global bill payment services (postpaid and prepaid) that expand Sharaf Exchange’s relationship with its customers. Our collaboration with Sharaf Exchange will extend the reach, ability and visibility for residents and expats living in the UAE to easily and quickly pay bills, ensuring peace of mind for their families here and back home. Paykii will continue to expand its domestic and international footprint by opening additional services and markets.”