Integrated payment solutions and retail software developer CompuLynx has launched a retailer-branded e-commerce platform enabling shoppers to access stores and have goods delivered.
CompuLynx, with operations across East Africa and the United Arab Emirates serving 400 companies in 36 countries, said its cloud-based NEXX E-commerce platform will be available to retailers at no cost for a three-month trial period with no obligation to subscribe after the trial period.
“CompuLynx recognises the pressure on retailers during this challenging times of Covid-19 and has opened its patented retail software allowing Kenyan retailers to serve loyal customers on a portal that allows home deliveries,” said chief executive Sailesh Savani.
Mr Savani spoke when he and cloud infrastructure hosting platform Kenya Website Experts (KWE) signed a pact that will see the latter host NEXX.
KWE director Peter Kimani said their partnership offers a secure service to customers who will cashlessly buy goods. “It is a lifeline that ensures retailers’ stores keep running with their employees’ role turned into a delivery service during this critical time,” he said At the same time, stores that import goods will enjoy access to cross border payments’ platform riding on a partnership between CompuLyx and China’s XH Smart Technology.