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Entersekt partners with Cellulant to provide safer mobile banking solutions in Africa

By Pavithra R

November 24, 2020

  • Africa
  • Entersekt
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Entersekt, an innovator in mobile-first FinTech solutions has announced partnering with Cellulant, Africa’s leading FinTech company to help drive consumer confidence in digital banking and payments in Africa. 

The collaboration is expected to further enhance Cellulant’s cybersecurity by proactively protecting its digital banking channels and guarding against digital banking & payment fraud. 

“We are delighted to be partnering with Cellulant. The company works with some of the finest brands on the continent. This collaboration will mean their partner banks’ end-customers can enjoy increased safety and security while transacting. We are very happy to support Cellulant’s cybersecurity efforts to drive consumer confidence in digital banking and boost the adoption of digital payments on the continent,” said Schalk Nolte, CEO of Entersekt.

Under the partnership, Entersekt will integrate its mobile software development kit with Cellulant’s product stack to make Entersekt’s authentication and app security solutions available to Cellulant’s clients. Two large Kenyan banking groups have already announced working on their deployment.

“Our clients trust us to not only be constantly innovating around digital banking and payments but also to guarantee safety and security. Being able to provide the powerful security and authentication services of Entersekt will significantly add to our platform offering. Through this partnership, we can deliver some of the most sophisticated services available anywhere in the world. We look forward to continuing our work with Entersekt as we help our clients take advantage of the many efficiencies afforded by digital banking,” said Cellulant CTO George Murage.

Recently, Entersekt appointed Nicolas Huss to its Board of Directors.

Founded in 2008, Entersekt is an innovator of customer-centric fintech solutions. Financial services providers and other enterprises rely on the FinTech’s patented mobile identity system to provide both security and the best in convenient new digital experiences to their customers, irrespective of the service channel.

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