With the debacle of MTN Nigeria being fined for 5.2 Billion US Dollars by the Nigeria Telecommunications regulator – Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) for failing to register SIM Cards, AIM Group from Tanzania is bringing Identity and KYC to the fore at AfricaCom 2015.
'Identity matters in changing the face of Africa'
how identity has become critical for mobile operators on the continent, not just due to regulatory pressure, but because it is a critical element to providing more services into Africa's emerging markets.
The Tanzania based company is showcasing its EKYC Platform that has been nominated for a Best App for Africa AfricaCom 2015 Award.
The chairman of AIM Group Nadeem Juma is set to deliver a MasterClass Talk on November 18 at 14:40 Hrs where he remarks that "Through this talk we will discuss how identity has become critical for mobile operators on the continent, not just due to regulatory pressure, but because it is a critical element to providing more services into Africa's emerging markets. We will cover the existing challenges around Identification and KYC, and demonstrate how registration of customers can be done efficiently and how compliance can be transformed into business and service opportunities for the MNO.”
AIM Group is an innovation and Digital Agency focused on creating enterprise and business solutions that have been shaping consumer experiences since 2011.
It has two divisions that have been carrying forward this promise: Agency – focused on digital advertising, marketing and communications and Projects – focused on Research & Development of Technology and Platform Builds In addition to pioneering online marketing and digital executions for brands online, AIM Group has developed products such as Mkito.com the fast growing East-African music download platform.
The company has its headquarters in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania with a growing team over 60 from all over the continent and the world.
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