Llewellyn le Hané, Director, Green Enterprise Solutions.
As someone that has always been fascinated by technology, I have looked on in amazement at the last 20 or so years. The way technology has enhanced and somewhat taken over our lives. We don’t seem to run our lives, our smartphones now dictate how we consume, engage, communicate, travel and pay for things. Being the owner of an ICT solutions company here in Windhoek I have an extra added interest in apps, new technology and how engaged as a nation we are with this.
However, my interest goes further, as I strongly believe that if we truly want Namibia, and Africa to rise, become fully fledged players on the world stage we need to embrace technology fully. We can and should implement and embed technology, innovations and tech from all quarters to make our lives better and our economy more competitive.
One of the buzzwords in technological innovations and one where we can make or break our economy is Financial Technology, or FinTech for short. FinTech will inevitably become the great equalizer as at present in parts of the African continent more than 50% of the population does not have a bank account. The new Click here to read entire article
Source:: IT News Africa