Microsoft enables peer-to-peer digital payments on Microsoft Kaizala

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Microsoft has enabled digital payments services on Microsoft Kaizala in India by integrating the mobile payment services of Yes Bank and MobiKwik. The feature will allow users to quickly send or receive money without having to leave the Kaizala app.

Users will be able to make peer-to-peer payments in one-to-one and group chat conversations via the MobiKwik wallet and via Yes Bank’s Unified Payment Interface (UPI) integration. The UPI payment integration works with all participating 86 banks.

Microsoft Kaizala, a mobile-only product designed for large group communications and work management, enables organizations to take business workflows to its Firstline workforce. This feature will now enable organizations to disburse micro-payments, enable bill expense reimbursements, and pay travel allowances on the go to its mobile workforce.

When we launched Microsoft Kaizala for India in July 2017, we provided consumers as well as businesses with a secure chat platform to collaborate and be productive, on the go. Microsoft Kaizala is used by thousands of organizations across different industry verticals for their day-to-day workflows today and is growing. Payment transactions within the app was a key demand from our users for getting work done and we are happy to offer it today in collaboration with YES Bank and MobiKwik.

– Rajiv Kumar, Corporate Vice President, Office Product Group, Microsoft.

Launched in July 2017 in India, Microsoft Kaizala is being used by over 900 organizations as well as few government departments already.