Software solutions empower financial freedom and economic participation by the banked and unbanked sectors.
We provide an integrated digital infrastructure for customers that include web and mobile-based applications, a secure Cloud-based platform for storing data, and distinct proprietary APIs. Our traditional and non-traditional products and services are easily accessible.
We facilitate cross-border remittance and foreign exchange settlement services. We also provide payment and collections services for businesses and government entities in areas historically collected with cash. We reduce losses from cash leakage and increase margins on cash collected.
We facilitate loans via our banking partners in fiat to businesses and small financial institutions. We particularly focus on loans to traders in the import and export markets flowing to and from the continent. Our clients can make payments to each other by transferring fiat from one Jav wallet to the other.
We connect customers from around the globe with banking products on the continent of Africa. Whether it’s applying for a mortgage to buy a home or a loan to assist a loved one, our API connections facilitate direct access to the underwriters at the bank. Post-closing the Javolin App is used to service the loan by submitting payments directly to the bank.
The Javolin One Pre-Paid Visa card is a virtual and physical card. It leverages the financial and technology capabilities of both the Javolin and Visa brands, creating a financial product that’s useful for both businesses and consumers. The Jav Business Card is issued exclusively to those businesses on the continent of Africa or international companies doing business with importers and exporters on the Continent. The Jav Consumer Card can be used to save, remit or purchase products across the globe.
We are expanding on the continent of Africa with a new office in Dakar, Senegal to serve the digital banking needs of the French speaking West Africa. This is in direct fulfillment of our vision to provide digital financial products and services to empower economic participation by consumers, government entities, banks and businesses in Africa and other emerging markets.
An estimated ¢5.6 billion is lost annually from the revenue collection kitty of Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs).
This was revealed in a site analysis of the tax mobilisation of MMDAs by the Office of Local Government Service in partnership with US-based fintech company, Javolin.
This partnership is aimed at establishing a tax tracking platform that is to be piloted across seven municipalities and districts.
Speaking to Joy Business, Head of Service at the Ministry of Local Government, Dr. Nana Ato Arthur revealed the partnership will see Javolin pluck billions of cedis worth of tax loopholes across municipalities and districts in the Greater Accra Region.
“It is obvious that MMDA’s have not been meeting their revenue targets nor are they performing well when it comes to internally generated funds. This continues to impact development of infrastructure and some social interventions. We at the Office of the Local Government Service want to change this by partnering with Javolin Group.