Temenos Receives Best Digital Banking Solutions Award at Banker Africa East Africa Awards
- 19.05.2017 09:30 am
Temenos, the software specialist for banking and finance institutions, has won the Best Digital Banking Solutions award at Banker Africa’s East Africa Awards 2017, one of the most prestigious accolades for financial institutions operating on the African continent.
The announcement was made last night at a ceremony in front of 200 senior banking and finance delegates in Nairobi, Kenya.
Temenos won the Best Digital Banking Solutions category having received the most number of votes from mid-management to senior board level members of banks, financial institutions and members of the CPI network.
Temenos was also nominated in the Best Risk Management Technology and Most Innovative Technology Provider categories. This was in recognition for having excelled in these fields during the last 12 months.
The Banker Africa’s East Africa Awards are now in their 4th year and honour all aspects of successful banking. These include; Financial Inclusion, Diaspora, Corporate Social Responsibility, Commercial Operations, plus a number of other individual accolades. They are the largest and most interactive banking and finance awards programmes on the African continent. Last year, more than 44,300 votes were registered.
Jean-Paul Mergeai, Managing Director, MEA, at Temenos said; “We are thrilled to have won the Best Digital Banking Solutions award. As we grow our business across Africa, and help the continent’s banks and financial institutions to meet their customers’ demands and expectations, it is fantastic to be recognised by our peers as the best in the industry. Likewise, across the globe, our position as leader was recently re-affirmed by IBS who reported Temenos as the top selling digital platform globally.”
Temenos’ banking software is used throughout the region, including: Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Swaziland, United Republic of Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.