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Regulated by financial bodies in the UK & Kenya
sQuid's technology delivers user-friendly digital financial services, and digital learning
tools that improve education outcomes for the world's poorest.
As a regulated eMoney issuer, we comply with national regulators' requirements for payment systems and operate within the conditions set out by each nation’s regulator in compliance with its Provision of Information requirements and anti-money laundering regulations.
Digital Transaction Processing
We build our own platforms, and have developed secure encrypted processes that deliver thousands of transactions every day.
sQuid’s core system
A powerful and sophisticated enterprise application that sits at the heart of our global payment and data transaction system - the core manages all interactions between the customers, merchants and wider-banking system.
Our secure, reliable and scalable eMoney payment platform is compliant with PCI-DSS Version 3.1, the highest level of PCI compliance. The platform integrates with multiple front-end web applications and processes, reconciles and settles millions of transactions every month.
The sQuid data platform and accompanying technology captures and creates digital data profiles for individuals, enabling real-time reporting, sophisticated data mining capabilities and advanced analytics.
We have developed a range of intuitive web applications for our clients and their end-users. These are used to manage client and end-user accounts, and we also build bespoke applications if required.
We understand that the technological landscape has changed; that our users are much more likely to access their customer account using their smartphone. That’s why we developed our own mobile App, to ensure that our customers were able to access their account anywhere, at any time.
We upgraded and evolved our reliable, tried & tested merchant terminals to our new Android based EPoS system that uses a bespoke tablet. We made this move to cater for our growing number of Humanitarian Aid & Development clients, and for our increasing activity in Africa.
Contactless cards & other identifiers
Our eMoney application can be added to contactless smart cards that feature sophisticated multi-wallet functionality. Other identifiers, such as biometric or wristbands can also be used.
Integrating with our technology is easy.
We provide our sQuid application programming interface (API) and develop against several API’s as well to provide a better solution for our clients. We also work with major equipment and service suppliers to deliver our fast, flexible and secure payment solution.
We see the potential in Africa; we understand the local environment
It’s a market with the potential for exceptional growth in the immediate future, so we’re continuing to build upon our capacity to better service our clients and attract new business.
Our dedication to this region extends further than just partnering with organisations to deliver specific humanitarian aid programmes. We operate a dedicated, knowledgeable office and team based in Nairobi, Kenya, to oversee our African operations - who also manage the on-the-ground efforts for the iMlango programme.
> Future-Proofing Technology for Education in International Development: Mobiles for Education Alliance releases report on its 7th annual Symposium
The seventh annual Mobiles for Education (mEducation) Alliance Symposium, held October 5-6, 2017, brought together practitioners, thought leaders, policy makers, and funders to advance the use of and evidence for information and communications technology in global education (ICT4E).
23 May 2018
The Leveraging Technology to Scale Early Grade Reading in Africa event aimed to enhance understanding of technology tools and resources to advance early grade reading efforts. Held in Pretoria, South Africa, the event was hosted by All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development, Global Book Alliance, mEducation Alliance, and sponsored by World Vision and USAID in collaboration with Pearson Institute of Higher Education.
11 May 2018
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