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Appzone launches digital banking platform for Nigeria, others

A fintech software provider, Appzone, has launched its Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform, Qore, to improve digital banking in Nigeria and other African countries. The co-founder/CEO, Qore,…

A fintech software provider, Appzone, has launched its Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform, Qore, to improve digital banking in Nigeria and other African countries.

The co-founder/CEO, Qore, Emeka Emetarom, stated this while briefing the press in Lagos, noting that the company is committed to empowering financial institutions in Africa to become the best performing and most innovative in the world through the newly launched product and other services.

He said Qore is enabling significant progress for a new era of fully digital banks in Africa.

“Over the last decade, we have played a remarkable and active role in driving the digitization of Nigeria and Africa’s financial services ecosystem.

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Appzone launches digital banking platform for Nigeria, others

“We are excited about what the future holds for us and for digital banking in Africa, especially since we will now operate as a BaaS-focused business entity going forward,” Emetarom noted.

He said the platform is cost-effective and efficient. 

Also speaking, another co-founder/COO, Mudiaga Umukoro, said the newly launched product has built the only truly African cloud-native core banking and integrated channel solution, tailored specifically to the African market.