Solution for Transport Operators
Adopted by more than 130 cities worldwide, O-CITY is an innovative automated fare collection solution designed by BPC, a leading banking and payment firm with in excess of 350 clients across more than 100 countries.
With O-CITY, public and private transport operators can deliver a seamless payment experience at every touch point, leveraging smart, digital and open loop technologies.
O-CITY platform for transport operators offers:
- A unified ticketing ecosystem
- Open Loop Technology
- Account-based digital ticketing
- Payment choice with cards, QR-code, mobile, face recognition, NFC, USSD and more
- Hardware agnostic solution
- SAAS or on-premise models
- Plug-and-play approach
- Centralised fare collection
- Application for users, conductors, drivers
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5 data centres wordwide
3 million transactions a day
100 cities across the globe
25% of global mass transit card payments managed
Who we serve
Light rail operators
Ride sharing services
Multiple payment methodsOpen-loop systems enable payers to use a single account with multiple payment methods - bank card, Digital ID, eWallet,
dynamically generated QR code, or co-branded and contactless cards using Mastercard, Visa, UPI or any local networks.
These methods of payment are all accepted across multiple merchants and transport operators, making it possible for anyone to use public transport without needing to queue to purchase a ticket.
Enrollment is simple for both operators and commuters. It does not require extensive training of employees on using the
O-CITY system to start validating commuter e-tickets or deploy the system on your fleet. The solution possess plug-and-play feature, which allow transport service provider to start operating withing 24 hours.
Contactless paymentsO-CITY is an open-loop system that provides various contactless payment options. Card based debit or credit contactless payment instruments can be used to transact via local, Visa, Mastercard, Amex, or UnionPay card schemes. Emerging payment methods such as mobile wallets (ApplePay, SamsungPay, GooglePay, Alipay and others) are enabled while NFC-enabled wearables such as smart watches or wristbands, which are increasingly used at city attractions or events, removing the need to wait in line, are also supported by the system.
Centralised fare and subsidy management