African payment service provider DPO has announced the official opening of its office in Ghana as part of the company’s expansion efforts in the West African market. The new office will act as the DPO headquarters for the West African region.
According to DPO Group CEO, Eran Feinstein, the entry into Ghana is a significant step in the growth of DPO’s portfolio in West Africa.
“This move gives us great joy as it will strengthen DPO’s West African presence as well as enhance our overall portfolio,” said Mr. Feinstein. “Ghanaian consumers and businesses are increasingly embracing the convenience that online payment brings. With the launch of our new office in Ghana, we will be able to better serve these merchants and their consumers, and expand further into West Africa.”
The DPO Group serves over 25,000 merchants including over 54 airlines, thousands of hotels, restaurants, travel agents, tour operators and other players in the e-commerce sector. The company gives merchants the ability to accept all major credit cards, mobile money and e-wallets in any currency, and is a leader in technology, usability and security across the continent.
Since its establishment in 2006, DPO’s expansion activities have driven the company into new markets including Uganda, Rwanda, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Zambia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Mauritius, Botswana and now Ghana.
The DPO Group is a payment service provider in Africa serving over 25,000 merchants including over 50 airlines, thousands of hotels, restaurants, travel agents, tour operators and other players in the e-commerce sector. We accept all major credit cards, mobile money and e-wallets, and are a leader in technology, usability and security across the continent. DPO uses sophisticated fraud prevention system for online payments in Africa and holds PCI DSS Level 1 Certification in 14 countries. The Group acquired PayGate South Africa in September 2016, VCS Namibia and Botswana in March 2017, PayThru South Africa in June 2017, VCS South Africa in August 2017 and Setcom-SID in November 2017.