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Your Finance – Our Responsibility

Let Lyra take over your major responsibility, which is managing the transactions of your business on an everyday basis. With Lyra’s robust payment solutions, a business platform can put entire emphasis on managing its operations, while leaving payments’ related concerns on us. Moreover, with Lyra’s payment gateway and its API, you can manage the online payment flow with sheer ease. A group of professionals working in their own specialized fields is what makes Lyra’s services worthwhile.

So, leave the payments’ related twists of your business with us to provide your customers with simplified online payments’ experience.


What is Whatsapp Payments & its top 9 features

What is Whatsapp Payments & its top 9 features

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29 May 2020

Effects of Lockdown on Digital Payments

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26 May 2020

Types for Payment methods for Ecommerce

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21 May 2020

What is QR Code Payment and How does it Work ?

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Lyra NAC

Lyra NAC

NAC  Network Access control – NAC, is a server that provided seamless data to the bank. NAC consists of many ...
1 March 2019

Rural Project – Micro ATMs and RIG

The core of India is its Rural sector with 83.3 crore Indians living in the rural areas. Digital payments have ...
22 February 2019

Demonetisation Phase

Demonetisation took place in November, 2016 when all INR 500 and INR 1000 currency notes were banned by ruling government. ...