27,000 Azam stu­dents to use MOM Wal­let for in-cam­pus trans­ac­tions

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In­dia’s home­grown mo­bile pay­ment so­lu­tions com­pany, My Mo­bile Pay­ments (MMPL) that owns the MOM Wal­let brand has en­rolled up to 27,000 stu­dents across var­i­ous in­sti­tutes of the Pune- based Maharashtra Cos­mopoli­tan Education So­ci­ety (M C E So­ci­ety), also known as Azam Cam­pus.

This en­rol­ment is said to be the sin­gle largest live on-board­ing of cus­tomers done by any mo­bile wal­let any­where. This ac­ti­va­tion by the com­pany fol­lows the foot­steps of the suc­cess­ful pi­lot pro­gram done in Septem­ber 2015 by MOM Wal­let at Whistling Woods In­ter­na­tional (WWI) at Mum­bai, where over 700 stu­dents were en­rolled dur­ing WWI’s an­nual “Cel­e­brate Cinema” fes­ti­val and fur­ther on fa­cil­i­tat­ing cashless trans­ac­tions at the cafe­te­ria on cam­pus for stu­dents, staff and fac­ulty. M C E So­ci­ety’s Azam Cam­pus be­comes the se­cond to go com­pletely cashless.

Ac­cord­ing to Shashank Joshi, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, My Mo­bile Pay­ments, “Our ac­ti­va­tion at the Azam Cam­pus is per­haps the sin­gle largest on-board­ing of cus­tomers by any m-wal­let brand in the coun­try. This takes us one step fur­ther to­wards re­al­iz­ing our goal of go­ing com­pletely cashless by the end of the decade.”

Speak­ing on the oc­ca­sion, Pres­i­dent of M C E So­ci­ety, P A Inam­dar said, “Since our in­cep­tion in 1948, our cam­pus has al­ways be­lieved in ‘walk­ing the talk’ and thus when we de­cided to make our cam­pus dig­i­tal, go­ing cashless was the next log­i­cal step. We de­cided to part­ner with MOM Wal­let be­cause the app is easy to use, we trust their ca­pa­bil­i­ties and be­lieve that their ser­vice is ex­cel­lent.”

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