For the first time in PNG, people can order and pay for their pizza online.
Kina Bank’s new internet payment gateway opens a world of possibilities for PNG SMEs and the communities they serve.
Port Moresby residents have been ordering pizza from small business Little CEO Pizza with a touch of a button via Kina Bank’s online payment platform. The local pizzeria collaborated with the bank last year to launch their online internet payment platform that enables individuals or families to simply place and pay for their pizza orders on the Little CEO Pizza website while at home.
Owned by four-year-old Barack and managed by his mum and Chief Executive Officer of Emstret Holdings Limited, Vani Nades, The Little CEO is a small business that strives to make their customers feel welcome and cared for by pushing boundaries to provide a better customer experience. “As a business need we want to move with technology,” said Vani Nades. “Being able to integrate the Internet payment gateway with Kina Bank makes it a lot easier for our customers to order online – that makes it more efficient and productive. We are grateful for Kina Bank, a bank that truly understands small businesses and helps our business reach our goals and grow together.”
The internet payment gateway is Kina Bank’s e-commerce platform that provides a cashless, convenient and more secure way of paying for goods and services. It’s a modern end-to-end payments solution that is safe, fast and secure – enabling an overall better customer experience. Little CEO Pizza is a great example of how businesses can build their capabilities to improve customer service and enjoy a cashless revenue collection system protecting their business from any risk associated with cash.
Kina Bank’s Chief Transformation Officer Ivan Vidovich commented on the payment platform saying, “Kina Bank is committed to building PNG’s digital bank of the future and having e-commerce offerings such as the internet payment gateway for our customers is a step in building that digital future.”