Today, Senegal based GAINDE 2000 entered into a 5-year partnership with Cellulant, Africa’s leading financial technology company to offer an end to end Pan-African technology infrastructure and payments solutions for trade, revenue & tax collection for governments and multinational companies.

This partnership will help governments improve their trade environment and meet the challenges of payments & modern customs administration through reduction of time and cost in trade transactions. 

Global & regional businesses will have access to a Single Window system operated on a technological infrastructure offering a set of services, including a single payment integration into all essential payment methods in 35 countries in Africa.

GAINDE 2000 is probably one of the first trade facilitation Systems providers in Sub-Saharan Africa. It covers a large scope of functionalities and allows traders and shipping companies to lodge their declarations online to customs. It is a critical player in the dematerialization of administrative formalities in Africa, with consulting services delivered in more than 20 countries..

When asked about the partnership, The Regional Executive Director, GAINDE 2000, Daniel SARR said that “this partnership with Cellulant not only marks a milestone on our journey to facilitate trade formalities; it also signifies a dramatic shift for the future of financial trade-related transactions, security operations and human-driven applications.” 

Cellulant will provide a single digital payments platform- Tingg- which will address the complex payments needs for both governments and businesses. Tingg makes it easy to collect and make payments across multiple payment methods in different currencies, connecting thousands of businesses with 154 payment options across 35 countries. 

Regarding the partnership, Baba Gueye, the Regional Head of Cellulant in WAEMU stated, ‘’the relationship with Gainde 2000 grew in a very organic way before the partnership crystallised.

As pioneers in our respective sectors, we have complementary core businesses. We have been at work since April 2020 and share great ambitions for the continent as digitalisation has become an imperative for every business and sector.

Through this partnership, we can offer governments and businesses alike a full range of dematerialized solutions on the backbone of digital payments to complete the experience."

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