As schools embrace alternative learning methods this year, PayMaya is empowering over 40 schools nationwide with cashless payment solutions online and in-school, providing students a safer and more convenient way to pay for enrollment fees and other educational expenses.
Major learning institutions such as the University of the Philippines, Ateneo De Davao University, La Salle Green Hills, Don Bosco Technical Institute of Makati Inc., Nord Anglia International School Manila, Malayan Colleges Mindanao, University of Immaculate Conception, among others are beginning to adopt PayMaya’s end-to-end digital payment solutions such as the PayMaya’s Online payment gateway for online channels and the One by PayMaya Point of Sale device for school cashiers.
“As we prepare to open another school year, ensuring that health and safety measures are implemented across learning institutions is important to protect both parents and students. By implementing PayMaya’s suite of cashless payment solutions on their online and physical channels, our school partners are adapting to provide continuous quality education to students in a safe and convenient way even amid the current crisis,” PayMaya president Shailesh Baidwan said.
As schools transition to the ‘New Normal’ in education, UP, ADDU, La Salle Green Hills, DBTI-MAKATI, NAIS Manila, MCM, UIC, are among the schools enabling their online student portals with PayMaya’s online payment gateway, which allows them to easily process tuition and other payments using debit and credit cards and e-Wallets such as PayMaya.
These institutions are also equipping their school’s cashiers with the One by PayMaya POS device to allow safer and more seamless payments by using the scan-to-pay via PayMaya QR feature or by tapping or dipping using their credit, debit and prepaid cards.
These efforts are in response to the Department of Education’s directive to implement blended learning that utilizes both online and in-person modalities for education, where students are encouraged to utilize online classes, printed modules, and educational TV and radio broadcast as main learning channels this school year.
PayMaya’s cashless payment solutions play a critical role in the schools’ shift to blended learning while at the same time helping keep school personnel safe by eliminating risks of cash handling in light of the current public health situation.
Aside from these digital payment innovations, PayMaya has previously rolled out cashless payment ecosystems starting with the PayMaya-powered student ID card in schools including University of the Philippines, La Salle Green Hills, LPU-Batangas, and STI, among many others. Students can easily link the PayMaya-powered student ID card to their PayMaya account and maximize for payment transactions even outside the campus at Bancnet-powered payment terminals and ATMs nationwide.
PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services that cut across consumers, merchants and government. Aside from providing payments acceptance for the largest e-commerce, food, retail and gas merchants in the Philippines, PayMaya enables national and social services agencies, as well as local government units with digital payments and disbursement services.
Through its app and wallet, PayMaya provides millions of Filipinos with the fastest way to own a financial account with over 40,000 Add Money touchpoints nationwide, more than double the total number of traditional bank branches in the Philippines combined.
The Smart Padala by PayMaya network of over 30,000 partner touchpoints nationwide serves as last mile digital financial hubs in communities, providing the unbanked and underserved with access to services.
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