NADRA, The National Database & Registration Authority, is an independent and autonomous agency under the control of the Interior Secretary of Pakistan that controls government databases and statistically manages the sensitive registration database of all the national citizens of Pakistan.
National Database and Registration Authority just recently informed the coming of its new e-payment system, which is revealed as the final blow to ATM (Automated Teller Machine) use around the nation. Declared to be the alternative for ATMs, e-payment will allow users to make effortless electronic payments.
Besides NADRA, 1Link also played an essential part in making the e-payment solution. Once widely in use, this will be Pakistan’s most powerful and most fully accredited payment gateway system. NADRA (National Database and Registration Authority) adds this new experience into its already successful catalog of solutions called ‘e-sahulat.’
Along with the launch, NADRA (National Database and Registration Authority) will start its task of transforming over 17,000 e-Sahulat spots into full-featured ATMs. These locations will then also provide users with many different online payment options.
NADRA Chairman Tariq Malik and 1Link CEO Najeeb Agrawal signed the agreement on Monday. On occasion, Chairman Malik said that NADRA has long been trying to improve its e-governance services by empowering alliances from both the public and private sectors.
“We are improving state ability to provide digital general goods and drive towards electronic financial transactions for clarity and accountability. This would also boost financial inclusion,” said Malik about the new e-payment solution.
Malik also claimed that NADRA’s e-sahulat is the numerous cutting-edge digital service for financial payments. With an e-payment solution arriving into play, around 17,000 NADRA e-sahulat centers will be able to quadrivial their capacity.
According to NADRA (National Database and Registration Authority), the e-payment platform is also in pastoral areas of Pakistan. This is an excellent initiative since it will allow ease of business and improve rural grants to the digital economy.
NADRA Rolls Out Digital Payment System to Replace ATMs