Open-loop payments have become the new norm for the transportation industry. Cash, which is expensive to handle, hard to process and slower in transaction than digital payments, is slowly losing its authority among various public service operators.
As part of its drive toward digital transformation and smart city programmes, Bishkek embarked on an innovative project to move away from the use of cash.
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‘Tullave’, the card provided by Recaudo Bogota in a closed-loop card system, posed some challenges: costly usage, outdated infrastructure, limited choice of payment methods and low speed of service.
Switching to O-CITY's complete open-loop payment system enabled customers to pay using the payment instrument of their choice.
The Ministry of Transport decided to engage in an ambitious digital transformation programme to automate public transport fare collection.
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Making payments across Kenya 100% digital and cashless and removing the need for print tickets were the key objectives of this project.
Kenya on it's way to contactless payments. Learn all about the journey by downloading the case study.
O-CITY by BPC will enable residents to have a single method of access and payment without friction in the different modes of public transport in the city, generating inclusive and sustainable economic growth
For the last two decades, the Asia Pacific region has been developing at a rapid pace, modernising in every corner of the economy, from investing in infrastructure, transforming its financial sector, and shaping cities into high-tech social hubs. There are many examples that highlight this evolution that occurred before our very eyes; just take a look at Shenzhen the city that grew from scratch.