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Enable, the leading cloud-based software solution for B2B rebate management, announces the release of three new products to help manufacturers, distributors, and retailers better manage their complex trading agreements. The new product add-ons will be available on Enable’s Rebate Cloud: Special Pricing Agreements (SPAs), Promotions, Executive & Partner Dashboards.
Natwest is utilizing Accenture and Microsoft integrated platforms to frame a new interactive user engagement system that will reconstitute the existing legacy multi-system infrastructure.
Mastercard, the tech leader in global payment delivery has reported about the tactical tie-up with Saudi Arabia-based HyperPay. HyperPay is responsible for the region’s growth in digital payments and analysts have termed the firm as the fastest growing in the MENA(the Middle East & North Africa) region.
In a pre-register event, National Australia Bank has invited customers to register for the scheduled launch of the Buy Now Pay Later service, tagged as ‘NAB Now Pay Later’.
PayU has launched Checkout for Bharat, which offers payment flow & checkout in major Indian languages. With this feature, merchants can offer customers a localized shopping experience in Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada which are the first languages of 79% of Indians. This feature helps merchants avoid customer drop-offs at payment due to language issues and penetrate the underserved tier 2, 3, and rural markets.