Worldwide mobile money transfer volumes will exceed 203 billion in 2024, up from 130 billion in 2019, according to new research which reveals that country domestic transfers are being driven by increasingly easy mobile payment systems.
Australian money transfer company OFX has successfully deployed a cloud content management solution from Box in its seven global offices as part of its strategy to become a digital workplace.
Payments provider BPay claims more $20 billion has been transferred through its Osko payment platform — which allows the transfer and receipt of money instantly — since its launch earlier this year, with Osko now available via online banking with banks and financial institutions.
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