Nigerian tech company completes computerization of Ghana rural banks

A Nigerian IT company, Inlaks Computers Limited has completed a computerization project of all the rural banks in Ghana.

According to the Guardian, the project to automate all the 700 rural and community banks on a single instance of Temenos T24 platform for real time online transaction processing was funded by the US Millenium Challenge Corporation (MCC)  and implemented by Ghana’s Millenium Development Authority (MiDA).

The project has effectively computerised and centralised the operations of all the 136 rural and community banks with over 700 branches across Ghana on the T24 microfinance version, the report said.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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