Hitachi Payments has been at the forefront of the evolution of cash and digital payments, building a robust payment infrastructure for the country while driving financial empowerment and enabling social change.
Utilizing advanced and innovative technologies, Hitachi Payments is disrupting the payment landscape with its end-to-end digital payment solutions for banks, fintechs and aggregators, offering a more secure, quick and frictionless payment experience.
Driving change in an evolving payments landscape and offering end-to-end payment solutions, we are empowering citizens with traditional and next-gen payments, enabling easy access to banking services and scaling up payment infrastructure.
As a 100% subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., we leverage Hitachi’s Social Innovation Business philosophy, technology expertise and customer-centric approach to provide future-ready payment solutions.
To be the largest and the most trusted payments and commerce solutions platform globally, touching over a billion lives daily.
To enable end-to-end payments and commerce by creating market defining solutions that are reliable and cost-effective.
As a responsible corporate citizen, we strive to contribute towards solving social issues through sustainable CSR initiatives. By recognizing, identifying and prioritizing social issues, Hitachi Payments implements CSR initiatives through collaboration with employees as well as through consultation with various stakeholders.
Our CSR policy contributes to the company and Hitachi Group’s objectives by focusing on one or more of the activities as defined in Schedule VII of the Company’s Act 2013. In line with the mission of ‘One Hitachi’, our CSR activities are aligned to the CSR initiatives pursued by the Hitachi Group in the country.
As part of our initiative to support conservation of natural resources, we have tied up with Deshpande Foundation/Kakatiya Sandbox for the Farm Pond Project. Initiated in 2014 by the Foundation, Neer Sinchina is a program that helps farmers engage in sustainable agricultural practices involving rainwater conservation and harvesting. This program has been especially helpful in facilitating irrigation in drought-prone areas with erratic rainfall.