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Zarph launches a new range of payment equipment
8 August, 2017

Zarph conquers four new markets in Europe and Africa

In partnership with local banking institutions, Zarph will start four new pilots in Serbia, Uganda, Tanzania and Angola, reinforcing its presence in the European and African markets.

In partnership with local banking institutions, Zarph will start four new pilots in Serbia, Uganda, Tanzania and Angola, reinforcing its presence in the European and African markets.

2018 was the year to start new pilots in 4 new markets – Serbia, Uganda, Tanzania and Angola. The solution implemented is the TD-412, Zarph’s top-of-the-range model in the area of Deposit Systems. The equipment will be integrated in banking institutions in order to automate the deposit process.

In partnership with local banking institutions, Zarph will start four new pilots in Serbia, Uganda, Tanzania and Angola, reinforcing its presence in the European and African markets. The solution is Zarph TP-412, Zarph´s top-of-the-line deposit model, which enables the end customer to perform their banknote deposit operations 24 hours a day, seven days a week, without having to go to the bank’s branches. Banking institutions are now able to reduce queues at their branches, while managing the information in real time, according to their own internal process.

The entry into new markets allows us to take another consolidated step towards the development of the project, in this case with the banks that operate in those countries and that seek efficient, safe and flexible equipment and software, in order to improve work processes, performance and financial results.

The deposit systems developed by Zarph promote the automation of the cash management process through a web platform developed to consolidate and optimize the operational performance of the whole process.

According to the Zarph’s CEO, António Oliveira, “these are strategic markets with enormous potential, with a growing demand for cash management solutions capable of monitoring and automating the high circulation of money and, consequently, preserve control and management processes centrally, hierarchically and in real time.”

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