Westpac’s e-commerce package to enable more small businesses to access online payment gateway

Westpac’s e-commerce package to enable more small businesses to access online payment gateway

By Dhanjay Deo
Tuesday 19/10/2021
Westpac Fiji.

Westpac Fiji and Fiji Small and Medium Enterprises Business Owners Network are collaborating to launch a new e-commerce package that enables more small businesses to access an online payment gateway and to make online payments possible.

This online facility would enable family members overseas to make purchases for their family members and have them delivered in Fiji.

Westpac Fiji Chief Executive, Kip Hanna says they are pleased to partner with Fiji SME business owners and support small and medium enterprises during this difficult period.

The Internet Payment Gateway introduces small and medium enterprises to having an online presence for improved selling because of the ability to process transactions from anywhere at anytime. Hanna says this also enables them to compete globally in the e-commerce world.

The Head of the Fiji SME Business Owners Network, Kim Beddoes says they are pleased that Westpac listened and has created easy to understand packages and processes to onboard new vendors wanting an internet payment gateway for their website or e-commerce site.

The businesses will have access to WinCave Internet Payment Gateway and Mastercard Payment Gateway Services.

The package allows transaction values with regular transactions between $25 - $50, and has a maximum monthly transaction value of $4,000. There are other packages on offer with higher deposits.

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