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Start-up sales enabler LyncBiz inks MOU with Globarena

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Consulting firm LyncBiz today said it has signed an agreement with Hyderabad-based company Globarena to tap the growing e-learning market in India.

Globarena Technologies provides competency enhancement solutions to more than 15 universities and 2,000 colleges, with branded programmes like GEMS and TekEdge, the company said in a release here.

Through this association, Lyncbiz and Globarena will target the existing user base of over 2 million university staff and students across India with learning solutions built on the Claned Platform and also sign on new Universities, colleges and Corporates, it said.

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CAIT ties up with MasterCard, HDFC Bank, Tally


The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said it has partnered with HDFC Bank, MasterCard and Tally Solutions to launch a national campaign for accelerated adoption of digital payments.

This will enable a seamless transition to the Goods and Service Tax (GST) regime and faster adoption of digital payments in non-corporate sector, CAIT said in a release here.

"By associating with MasterCard, HDFC Bank and Tally Solutions we are confident and committed for seamless transition to GST taxation system. Through this association, we aim to educate and equip non-corporate entities for successful adoption of GST and digital payments," said CAIT National President B C Bhartia.

----------------------------------------- Tata AIG tie-ups with Rubique for wider customer base

Tata AIG General Insurance Company said it has entered into an agreement with one-stop online marketplace Rubique to be its corporate agent for selling General Insurance products on its platform.

The partnership will offer a range of general insurance policies providing protection for a range of insurance needs including Motor, Travel, Home, and initiation of SMEs, the company said in a release here.

All these products will be easily available and accessible on Rubique's online platform.

"By introducing our products on Rubique's platform, we look forward to leveraging their wide distribution network and strong customer portfolio," Tata AIG General Insurance Managing Director and CEO Neelesh Garg said.

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NPCI's UPI goes live on Samsung Pay

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) said its Unified Payments Interface (UPI) would now be available on mobile payments service, Samsung Pay.

With the launch of UPI on Samsung Pay, users can create their unique virtual addresses and it will enable them to make seamless bank to bank transfers.

The transactions made by users through UPI on Samsung Pay would be facilitated through Axis Bank.

UPI is a payment system that powers multiple bank accounts into a single mobile application, merging several banking features, seamless fund routing and merchant payments under one hood.

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ItzCash partners with Prabhu Money Transfer

Digital payments company ItzCash said it has partnered with Prabhu Money Transfer India, a remittance company in Nepal.

The partnership will enable Nepali diaspora settled in the country to remit money back home through its 75,000 agent network spread across over 3,000 cities.

Through this platform, Nepali migrants can also deposit money into the account maintained in any of the branches of Prabhu Bank or any other bank operating in Nepal in real time.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Thu, April 27 2017. 19:42 IST
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