Saudi’s stc pay unveils “Qattah” service to enrich customer experience

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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stc pay, a digital secure wallet service owned by Saudi Arabia’s STC Group, has launched the “Qattah” service in order to improve its customer experiences and provide innovative services that keep pace with their changing needs.

Qattah is an integrated service that allows users to simply share and track spending with many persons, minimizing the stress associated with bill splitting.

According to the statement, “Through the application, users will be able to equally divide the amount to be collected by specifying a percentage for each person, or by allocating the amount paid by each person separately.” This new, convenient, digital way of sharing expenses is in line with the goals of Vision 2030, which intends to increase digital financial transactions in the Kingdom to 70 percent by 2030.

As per the statement, the new in-app feature can be found in the list of main services. It enables users to create groups with relatives or friends with the purpose of buying a joint gift or splitting a bill.

The “Qattah” amounts will be processed automatically through the app, allowing for smooth and contactless transactions in keeping with the Kingdom’s goal of becoming a cashless society.

As per the statement, “stc pay seeks to build a distinguished mobile digital banking experience for its customers who number more than 7.4 million, by focusing on a customer-centric approach.”

It intends to transform all financial services into contactless digital services, allowing its clients to complete their financial operations in a convenient, seamless manner.

As per the statement, stc pay is continuously working to offer the greatest services and solutions for its customers, focusing on ease-of-use, security, and innovation, ensuring the company’s position as a key driver of the Kingdom’s financial digital transformation.

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