evriPay, a merchant account provider that has been serving the South African market has since spread it’s wings into Kenya in the quest to roll out to the whole of Africa. evriPay owned by Iveri currently only available in Kenya will soon be taking on the vibrant technology sector in Kenya and promises to deliver world class service with industry leading fraud management for security. evriPay seeks to deliver merchant accounts enabling them to accept VISA and MasterCard payments on-line.
evriPay will have two products for the market, Express for use on websites and PayMi, an electronic invoice. Express is suited for online merchants with websites while PayMi is a product that businesses can use to issue invoices without necessarily requiring a website to plug in. This is targeted at freelancers and others like tour operators who wont necessarily have websites. payMi creates a temporary website for accepting payments.
evriPay CEO Barry Coetzee notes that they aim to provide solutions to customers who do not necessarily have the technical know-how of doing things as they have a support team accessible via either phone, email, Skype and twitter.