Tuesday, 20 February 2018
EQUITY BANK LAUNCHES NEW DIGITAL BANKING SOLUTIONS
One among the best banks in Tanzania, Equity bank has launched digital banking solution that will allow its customers to access services through online channels wherever they are.
The digital banking solutions dubbed Eazzy banking promises to give an easy, comprehensive and secure banking experience, according to Joseph Iha, the Managing Director Equity Bank Tanzania informed by their challenging needs and test.
“This has been informed by consumers banking trends, which are showing a pattern of favouring self-service channels to enable them bank anywhere, anytime. They simply download the EazzyBanking App or sign up for Eazzy Club, EazzyNet or Eazzybiz and experience convenience in banking.
“The launch of this innovation suite of products led by the flagship solution, EazzyBanking App, marked furtherance of the bank’s strategic approach of availing digital convenience to customers.
“The Eazzy banking suite of products includes a banking app known as EazzyBanking App, which allows one to transfer funds to other accounts and mobile wallets or pay utility bills.
“This is a solution to assist welfare clubs, investment clubs and groups manage their joint finances and investments known as EazzyClub, a real time bulk payment solution that allows one to automate electronic fund transfers, RTGS and mobile transfers called EazzyRemittance and a retail Internet portal where customers can manage their bank accounts known as EazzyNet.”
The suite also has an interoperable payment platform, EazzyPay, which allows one to pay for bills as well as goods and services at registered merchant outlets, a mobile based loan product known as EazzyLoan, a cash and liquidity management solution for SMEs known as EazzyBiz and banking capabilities packaged as APIs exposed through EazzyAPIs platform.
On the Regional front, the launch comes hot on the heels of similar launches in Equity bank Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya as the bank seek to be the lead in terms of digital adoption for the banking sector and Central Africa.