African banks have a great challenge in overcoming their heritage of colonial banking, which was designed to cater primarily for government, corporate and high-worth individuals. The bottom part of the pyramid has been badly neglected. Now that the mobile operators are setting the pace in terms of providing low-cost banking services, banks are scrambling to catch up. This they can do not only through technological innovation, but also through a customer-oriented corporate culture and service innovation.
Now entering its fifth year as the region’s leading banking forum, AITEC Banking & Mobile Banking West Africa 2012 will address the key issues faced by the region’s increasingly dynamic financial services sector.
To find out more about AITEC Banking & Mobile Money West Africa 2012 please go to http://aitecafrica.com/event/view/77
Temenos will participate at this event as sponsor of the CxO Breakfast Briefing which is taking place on Tuesday 29th May at 7.30am. Additionally Phil Sorrell, our Business Development Director – Mobile will deliver a presentation at the conference on: Realising the Commercial Value of Mobile Banking in Africa.
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