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ATM Deployer ENCASH marks 13th year of operations

On the company’s anniversary, ENCASH continues deployments of the SuperPOS, ENCASH’s latest flagship device. The launch of the SuperPOS earlier this year achieved pioneering strides in providing ATM functions to various communities all over the country via the mobile POS format.

ENCASH INC., the Philippines first Independent ATM deployer, marks its 13th year of operations this November 16.

On the company’s anniversary, ENCASH continues deployments of the SuperPOS, ENCASH’s latest flagship device. The launch of the SuperPOS  earlier this year achieved pioneering strides in providing ATM functions to various communities all over the country via the mobile POS format.

The SuperPOS has currently been deployed to a wide variety of commercial establishments, ranging from sari-sari stores to groceries and general merchandise. ENCASH president Mike Mapa says, “The SuperPOS is like a mobile ATM. As long as you have an internet connection, you can transact anywhere—making any establishment, whether private or public, a possible partner.” Moreover, partners of ENCASH’s SuperPOS are promised a direct line to ENCASH agents for any follow-up servicing concerns. “We make sure that our partners don’t have to wait in line to get a response from us. We understand the urgency of concerns in our field, and so we hope to give all our stakeholders the service they need as soon as possible,” adds Mapa.

Through the successful rollout of the SuperPOS thus far, ENCASH continues to live up to its mission of providing financial access to Filipinos and ultimately lending to the overall growth and development of unbanked and underserved communities. With over 420 municipalities served, over 200 ATM terminals deployed, and 1600 POS devices managed, ENCASH continues to grow its network of financial inclusion that aims to help address the cash needs of citizens living in the rural areas.

ENCASH is a member of BancNet and remains to be the country’s largest non-bank privately owned ATM network.

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