We are an entrepreneurial company, comprised of determined and motivated individuals who are committed to impressing our customers with our pioneering solutions and excellent and reliable service.
TPS is part of the Liquid Telecom Group and therefore has the financial and multinational resources across Africa to implement projects efficiently and reliably.
Unparalleled African presence. We work in 10 African countries and are expanding our presence in six of the countries. We have both an African and UK presence and are at home and used to working in both continents.
One Stop end to end solution – Communications, transaction processing and terminal solutions are all fully integrated and managed.
International connectivity and backhaul from Africa to the United Kingdom is part of our established Pan-African telecommunications network with service level guarantees.
Innovative last mile solutions resulting in reliable and dramatically increased on line data communications.
We have long established and excellent relationships with all of our key suppliers; Postilion, Verifone and Ingenico. We have a legacy of experience in their products.
Our terminal software solutions are designed in house and can be developed and adapted on an ongoing basis according to local requirements. Our objective is to turn the payment terminal into an ever increasing source of income for the merchant.
We can provide a managed services solution that use the Postilion processing platform with terminals from VeriFone and Ingenico, two leading global POS vendors. The terminals and terminal applications are backed by in-country services supplied by TPS International.
VeriFone’s Vx670 is the smallest all-in-one wireless handheld payment device in the world. Focused on real world usage - the Vx670 changes everything. This supremely functional yet elegant device is tailored from top to bottom for a pay-anywhere, anytime environment.
TPS Nigeria Launch
The launch of TPS in Nigeria was covered by many local newspapers and magazines. Financial Nigeria magazine interview Nic Rudnick and published this article: Financial_Nigeria