Centili is to deploy its Centili Maestro platform with Exchange Telecom, one of the biggest aggregators in Nigeria.
Centili Maestro is a digital monetisation platform that is connected to 280 mobile network operators. Under the agreement, Centili will provide the mobile payments platform in the cloud, as well as the accompanying services such as merchants integration, regular monitoring, maintenance, and upgrades. Consultancy and staff training are also included in the arrangement.
“While negotiating, we provided evidence of our complex technical and business capabilities, as well as our international expertise, which is absolutely necessary when running a partnership of this size and scope. I’m excited to see the project moving forward, and to deliver value to our partners at Exchange Telecom”, said Amir Ghaly, VP Regional Growth MEA at Centili.
Exchange Telecoms is Nigeria’s largest local and international Interconnect Carrier, with 4 points of interconnect across the country and a presence in Telehouse, London. The company transits international calls for Nigeria’s MNOs and in 2020 was awarded a VAS Aggregator Licence by the Nigerian National Communications Commission (NCC).