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EcoCash in digital and fin tech drive

ByEconomic Times

Feb 2, 2023

By ETimes

Listed diversified technology group, EcoCash Holdings has committed to give its stakeholders value through enhanced digital and financial technologies.

In a trading update for the third quarter ending November, 2022, the company said, “The Group is committed to delivering value to all its stakeholders. Through leveraging on digital and financial technologies, we firmly believe we have a big role to play in unlocking opportunities, providing needed digital solutions and thereby improving our financial performance.”

EcoCash said it will continue to disrupt and challenge the status quo in the digital services space through leveraging on data analytics and artificial intelligence.

EcoCash group chief executive Mr Eddie Chibi in November 2022, said, “We have made significant strides in the deployment of digital assets in the past year, with the most significant being the Steward Bank core banking system upgrade.”

According to the chief executive, the upgrade increased Steward’s banking system capacity and comes with a whole suite of new banking services and solutions which they have begun and will continue rolling out over time.

Such significant upgrades and integrations, amongst other investments, confirm the group’s long-term interest and commitment in the Fintech space.

EcoCash said, “As we continue to build these rails, we are confident we will be able to deliver more value and continuously raise the bar on innovation, convenience, and enhanced product experience for all our customers.”

“Our mission remains to improve overall quality of life by offering access to social and financial services through technology. We are looking forward to digitally empowering our customers in the coming year through a bouquet of exciting innovations which are in the pipeline.”

However, to be able to deliver on this, EcoCash said it will also focus on training and re-skilling staff to build the capacity and skills required to tap into modern technologies.

The aim is to enhance group-wide cyber security and assure stakeholders of the safety and security of the group’s platforms against the backdrop of growing cyber risks – Harare

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