Utiba Americas, a subsidiary of US-based mobile commerce solutions developer Alternet System, has entered into an agreement to provide mobile commerce platform services to Globalcash in Ecuador.
Utiba Americas deploys software-as-a-service platform in the Americas and the Caribbean region, with a focus on mCommerce and mobile financial services including mobile remittances, micro finance and mobile banking.
Globalcash is an Ecuadorian company with the principal objective of providing mobile money services to the unbanked population of Ecuador.
Henryk Dabrowski, CEO of Alternet, said: “We are excited to begin enabling mobile commerce in the Latin America region with this important first agreement with Globalcash in Ecuador. The Utiba Americas platform will enable a suite of services from money remittance, microfinance, bill payment, to mobile wallets and micropayment, to name only a few.”
Justin Ho, co-CEO of Utiba, said: “This first agreement represents an important first step for our affiliate, Utiba Americas. With Globalcash, we will revolutionize the mCommerce services in Ecuador, a country with tremendous potential. Utiba looks forward to contributing its more than ten years experience and success in deploying mobile commerce services in developing markets, to the development of the Ecuadorian mCommerce market, with Globalcash.”