ADECK and CX Pay announce new payment platform
WILLEMSTAD - At the first of a new series of Stakeholders meetings organized on Friday, August 26th, ADECK announced its partnership with CX Pay to facilitate an e-commerce service platform for its members. ADECK also announced that its new website can accept online payments, evidenced by the fact that a number of participants at the event had used the online payment feature powered by CX Pay to pay for their registration.
Minister Rhuggenaath of the Ministry of Economic Development who opened the lunch session acknowledged the importance of e-commerce for the further development of cross border economic activity. He emphasized that e-commerce is a movement that brings about change and opportunity that we need to grab collectively in order to meet the demand challenges presented by low volumes in such small economies like Curacao. Minister Rhuggenaath applauded the vision of CX Pay to use innovation to create opportunity, where now many startup entrepreneurs can execute their businesses more efficiently and providing companies with a convenient online payment solution that will help facilitate more export. He highlighted the importance of cooperation between MEO and organizations like ADECK and CiTi and called on various stakeholders and specifically to the banks to help create a more competitive e-commerce landscape. Influenced by initiatives like CX Pay the government will work to create incentives to propel entrepreneurial activity in the area of e-commerce activity that in turn will help contribute to the development of a smart nation and a sustainable socioeconomic development of Curacao.
Luis Santine of CX Pay presented the benefits of online payments and the many different solutions and payment methods offered by the company. The audience was able to hear about the role and function of a payment gateway and get an insight into the many facets of an online payment transaction. With the help of companies like CX Pay, e-commerce is gradually taking off and receiving online payments is now within the reach of all local merchants. Aside from ADECK, organizations that have recently started offering online payments for their products and services through CX Pay include CiTi, Naskho, Ethans, The Business Connection, Bureau Telecom Post & Utiliteiten and Out of the Blue. CX Pay also announced that it is now servicing clients on the other Dutch Caribbean islands, like Aruba Wine Club and Great Bay Express on Sint Maarten. For more info, visit: www.cxpay.cw.