Stitch has launched WigWag, a new brand designed to serve SMEs and individual business owners with easy, no-code payment solutions powered by the Stitch API.
The Stitch payments API and tools reduce the effort required for businesses across sectors to connect to the financial system and deliver delightful user experiences.
The startup has raised US$27 million in funding and has offices in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Lagos. Disrupt Africa reported in March Stitch had expanded its offering, with the Stitch payments suite designed specifically for businesses with complex payment needs, offering flexibility and customisation.
It has now launched WigWag, which allows small and growing businesses to begin accepting local and international card payments in minutes without needing a website or developer resources. They simply need to send a unique payment link to customers in any chat or email.
Danielle Laity, WigWag product manager at Stitch, said: “At Stitch, we realise payments aren’t one-size-fits-all. Small businesses require access to simple, out-of-the-box tools that make collecting payments easier and faster. We created WigWag specifically with these small business clients in mind. Now anyone can access reliable payments powered by the Stitch API and offer their customers a seamless experience.”
To sign up for WigWag, interested businesses can create an account via the website.