Worldline and Bank of India digitise payment services for PMC

Friday 27 May 2022 09:45 CET | News

Worldline has partnered with Bank of India (BOI) to digitise citizen services, fines, and tax collections for Panvel City Municipal Corporation (PMC).

With this development, citizens of PMC can make payments via credit and debit cards towards services like birth/death registration certificates, marriage registration certificates, assessment fee, transfer fee, license fee, NOC, electricity meter license, and daily charges among others.

In addition, PMC is also able to collect municipal tax and fines, sanitisation, encroachment, plastic ban, and solid waste management fines from citisens. Bank of India’s Android POS terminal supported by Worldline was tendered to the Panvel Municipal Corporation to mark the launch of the e-collection services.

PMC’s representatives stated that digitalisation of payment collection services by the Bank of India will not only bring convenience to the citizens, but also to the PMC staff as it helps in moving to an automated process and avoid manual challan/receipt processes. In addition, the digital collection of taxes and fines brings transparency in the ecosystem and builds confidence among citizens.

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Keywords: Worldline, banks, POS, digitalisation, digital payments
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Companies: Bank of India, Worldline
Countries: India
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