Customers of Virtuzone, a company formation specialist, will also have access to Zbooni’s social commerce platform.
Dubai-based fintech disruptor, Zbooni, has teamed-up with company formation specialist, Virtuzone, to offer the latter’s customers WhatsApp-powered payment solutions.
Founded in 2009, Virtuzone aims to support entrepreneurs of all kinds in the technical, administrative and financial aspects of setting up a business and claims to have supported over 40,000 entrepreneurs during its 11 year existence. The company’s new partnership with Zbooni will allow its customers to send payment links via WhatsApp, email, SMS and other messaging platforms for any type of transaction. They’ll also be given full access to Zbooni’s social commerce platform and 24-hour support service.
“We live in a world where almost all financial undertakings are done digitally, and so the cashless business society faces the risk of losing customers and revenue when they encounter difficulties in processing transactions,” Virtuzone CEO, George Hojeige, said of the new deal. “Our partnership with Zbooni will allow the provision of flexible payment methods to our clients, who are also businesses so that they can access the fastest and easiest way to collect payments.”
On the part of Zbooni, the partnership marks a potentially huge step in its goal to become a go-to for businesses and startups in the UAE.
“Virtuzone has become a success story of the UAE, thanks to its forward-thinking, simplification of business setup, and transparent customer-centric service,” Zbooni co-founder and COO, Ashraf Atia, commented. “Never resting on their laurels, Virtuzone continues to study the market to ensure they provide the best solutions to their customers. These values align perfectly with Zbooni’s focus to grow our proven method of providing immediate access to sell online into a dynamic set of solutions designed to increase business growth and help growing businesses improve their cash flow.”
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