ncsl is pleased to support local business through its EFTPoS terminals and recently extended its services to Abus Na Kumu, a popular local SME engaged in cooking and catering delicious home cooked meals ranging from local food to international recipes such as rice and stews, BBQ and salads among many others.
Abus Na Kumu is a Tokpisin term in English which means protein and greens an actual delicacy loved by Papua new Guineans. Founder Mr. Richard Mark was delighted to become a merchant for ncsl to facilitate payment transaction for its cooking sessions and Pop Up markets in Port Moresby.
Installation of the terminal meant customers can make payment using any commercial bank card besides poro card itself.
Richard Mark said this was a significant step for them as they aim to deliver the best service to their customers.
“ncsl terminals suits our business as many of our customers are locals and ncsl members. Our target is low to average income earners, many of them save with ncsl and this facility will make payment a lot easier for them and for us.”
He continued on saying, “We are happy to accept payments made via the EFTPoS and encourage other SME’s to do the same for their customers.”
ncsl Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Presley Semi said ncsl is proud to support SMEs.
“The recent partnership with Abus Na Kumu demonstrates ncsl’s commitment and is in line with National Government objectives to drive growth in the SME sector.
“There is a range of SME products currently available including deposit and loan products, including electronic banking services like EFTPOS terminals.
The Installation of this terminal brings the number of ncsl terminals nationwide to over 300 with many merchants showing interest said ncsl eBanking Manager, Ms. Vavine Iamo.
Iamo had earlier said businesses who wish to use ncsl terminals can contact eBanking to install terminals subjected to terms and conditions.