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The Future of Banking in Kenya: Open, Flexible, and Customer-Centric.

In the dynamic realm of technology, the financial landscape is undergoing a dramatic transformation. Banking as a Service (BaaS) and Open APIs are emerging as the driving forces of this revolution, empowering customers like never before and enabling innovative solutions. Let’s delve into these concepts and explore how they are reshaping the way we interact with money in Kenya.


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In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, Core Banking Platforms (CBPs) offer a future-proof solution for banking institutions seeking agility, scalability, and innovation. However, with a multitude of options available, careful consideration of technological, functional, regulatory, and contractual aspects is essential for selecting the right CBP. This article provides a comprehensive guide to navigating the CBP selection process, ensuring that banking institutions make informed decisions that align with their unique needs and goals.


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Core Banking Platforms (CBPs) are rapidly gaining traction in the banking industry, offering a next-generation alternative to traditional Core Banking Systems (CBSs). Built on a modular architecture, CBPs provide greater flexibility, scalability, and innovation potential, enabling banking institutions to adapt seamlessly to the ever-changing demands of the modern financial landscape.

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