SCT announces new logo and services improvements

Kathmandu, April 22. The pioneer of card and payment platform provider in Nepal, Smart Choice Technologies, also known as SCT, has announced its reformation in its services and the introduction of its new logo. The Nepal based company has been providing various forms of cards and payment platforms to ‘A’ listed commercial banks, development banks, finance companies, cooperatives, and Payment Service Providers (PSPs).

SCT is the forerunner to introduce the first of its kind, integrated shared switching payment Network in Nepal, along with the Domestic Proprietary Card Scheme (SCT) in Nepal. Today SCT has spread its wing and integrated many services within its umbrella; diversified payment services ranging from Issuance of Dual Interface (Contact and Contactless) Debit and Prepaid Card (Domestic and International), ATM & POS network, Interoperability between multiple BFIs, Gateway to International Schemes, QRC Payment Platform, State-of-the-Art Omni Channel Service, Unified Payment Gateway service, and complete solution of Financial Technology thereby supporting the growth and infrastructure for Digital payment in Nepal.

“We are excited to introduce our new logo and services we have added to our portfolio. The new logo hints at the company’s vision, making Nepal at par technology-oriented that has been experienced across the globe in digital payment. CAN Infotech has been an anticipated event in the technology calendar for over a decade; what better way than to announce it in the event.”  Says the CEO, Mr Narayan Prakash Bhuju.

SmartChoice Technologies Ltd., established in 2001, popularly known as SCT and SCT-Network, is a Payment Service Operator (PSO) licensed under the Nepal Central Bank. SCT provides different Cards and Payment Platforms to most Commercial Banks, Development Banks, Finance Companies, Cooperatives, PSPs (Payment Service Providers) and other financial institutions in Nepal. SCT has also entered into a strategic alliance with international payment processors and schemes (UnionPay International, Pulse Network, FSS etc.) to extend its services and accessibility.