By Correspondent in Abuja
OBMeet, a hybrid telecommunications, video conferencing and networking company, has secured partnership with Verve International to address issues related to payment for video conferencing and multistreaming platform.
Mr Emmanuel Gabriel, Founder, OBMeet disclosed this in a statement issued to newsmen in Abuja on Friday.
Verve International is a Nigerian Pan-African, multinational financial technology and payment card brand owned by Interswitch Group.
“The collaboration is instrumental for companies, institutions, content creators, Small and Medium Enterprise, entrepreneurs to overcome the many challenges of capital flight, complex payment systems to access video conferencing and multistreaming platforms.
“OBMeet now accepts all payment cards issued by all Nigerian banks, whilst Verve card owners enjoy discounts,” he said.
According to Gabriel, OBMeet is cost friendly, flexible, easy for users, and a cloud-based voice designed with the goal of making communication and collaboration, affordable, accessible and secure.
He added that the platform was developed with adequate security facilities to keep users’ data and video stream safe from censorship.
“Our focus is to give everyone around the world the opportunity to connect, build ideas and express themselves in a new way.
“We are focused on creating economic value via the OBMeet communication platforms that bridges communication gap and language barriers around the world.”
Gabriel recalled that the platform was already being used as the online video conferencing platform for reputable meetings in Nigeria and other African nations.
He said that OBMeet is adaptable to Telemedicine, Edutech, Governance, FinTech and AgroTech applications, among others.
Mr Mike Ogbalu, a stakeholder with Verve International, said “we always talk about taking a piece of Nigeria and Africa to the world and that’s an exciting job.
“It gets even more exciting to see other businesses driven by Africans who share similar passions”.
OBMeet is available and used in over 280 countries, offers 60 minutes free version with room capacity of 70 people in a single conference.(NAN)(www.nannews.ng).