Batelco deploys its e-commerce platform


Bahrain-based telecommunications services company Batelco recently launched its e-commerce platform, Batelco eSuite, with the aim of helping merchants set up online stores in just a few steps, according to a TradeArabia report on Monday (December 27th). .

Batelco eSuite enables merchants to set up online stores in minutes by registering, registering with the platform and listing their items with photos, prices and quantities, making them ready to be sold without paperwork and setup costs.

The Batelco eSuite platform provides sellers with clear instructions, and the online store is optimized for mobile applications, which means customers will have a consistent shopping experience on a web browser on their laptops or devices. mobile.

Batelco offers a full three-month free trial of eSuite, after which users will be billed $ 26 per month for the service.

“At Batelco, we pay great attention to the SME segment as it is an important pillar of Bahrain’s economy,” Abdulla Danesh, Acting Managing Director of Batelco Enterprise, said in the TradeArabia report. “We proactively deliver solutions that support the growth of SMEs, helping them operate more efficiently.

“Earlier this year we launched ‘Business in a Box’, a package that offers a full set of technology tools for SMEs, and now to complement our growing portfolio, we are offering a solution that enables merchants to sell in line. Batelco eSuite provides a fully customizable solution, with localized payment methods, ”he said.

Batelco eSuite users can manage their accounts through a dashboard that includes bilingual store administration. The platform also manages the inventory for each product listed, has a built-in tax tool, and gives users their own domain names.

Related: i2c partners with BEYON Money and Visa to deploy mobile payment application in Bahrain

Earlier this month, digital payments and banking technology company i2c Inc. partnered with the BEYON Money mobile app on a digital wallet in Bahrain that enables retail, bill and peer-to-peer payments. for users, connects to bank accounts through an open bank, offers financial information and provides digital remittances.

The BEYON Money app was launched by Batelco Financial Services, the FinTech arm of Bahrain’s digital and telecommunications solutions provider and is backed by an open banking license from the Central Bank of Bahrain.



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