Fintech on Alibaba Cloud

May 17, 2021

The FinTech industry has undergone a period of rapid growth, thanks to advancing digitization and the integration of smart devices into our day-to-day lives. As a result, a range of innovative e-lending and e-payment solutions now exist, helping customers around the world gain access to these financial services. This is especially true in emerging markets, where traditional financial services companies are not growing quickly enough or providing the level of ubiquitous that FinTech companies can seamlessly provide, thanks to their impressive accessibility.

Learn how the Alibaba Cloud FinTech on the Cloud solution can boost end user satisfaction and expedites their time-to-market.

Spotlight

KCB Bank Group

KCB Group, is the largest financial services organization in East Africa in terms of asset size. The Group's headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, with subsidiaries in Kenya, Rwanda, Southern Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Burundi. In 2015, KCB Group opened a representative office in Ethiopia, expanding the growth of the organization.

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