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Paytm Payouts processed Rs 1,500 cr in salaries, other benefits for firms

Paytm Payouts is a digital money transfer service for businesses to help them make payments to their employees, vendors and business partners

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Launched this year, Paytm Payouts offers APIs (needed to make apps) or Paytm for Business Dashboard to make bulk payments to bank accounts

Fintech major on Sunday said Payouts has processed over Rs 1,500 crore in and other benefits for medium and large enterprises.

Payouts is a digital money transfer service for to help them make payments to their employees, vendors and business partners.

"During this ongoing lockdown, over 5,000 have used Paytm Payouts to pay and food allowances to employees, incentives and rewards to housekeeping, labourers and other contractual staff, and even for expenses like utility bills of their offices," Paytm said in a statement.

Launched this year, Paytm Payouts offers APIs (needed to make apps) or Paytm for Business Dashboard to make bulk payments to bank accounts, UPI addresses, and Paytm Wallets instantly.

"Within 3 months of lockdown, Paytm Payouts has transferred over Rs 1,500 crore either to the Paytm wallet, food wallet, gift voucher, or bank account of millions of beneficiaries," the statement said.

like Pidilite Industries, Schneider Electric and Havmor Icecreams use the service to transfer money to their employees, vendors and business partners such as masons, painters, carpenters, electricians, sellers, etc, it added.

"During the ongoing lockdown, we have witnessed that more organisations are relying on digital money transfers to pay and other benefits to their employees, vendors, and business partners. Paytm Payouts is a unique product that minimises their tasks of tracking and reconciliation of different payments," Paytm Vice President Narendra Yadav said.

Going forward, Paytm will continue to work closely with partners and is expecting 100 per cent growth, both in the number of transactions and volume by the end of this fiscal year.

First Published: Mon, June 29 2020. 01:38 IST
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