Ooredoo and National Bank of Oman have joined forces to bring a new-age digital solution to its customers.
Ian Dench, Chief Executive Officer at Ooredoo, said, “We pride ourselves in being a digital enabler and together with our partners National Bank of Oman, we will be enhancing the digital experiences of our users. This new product will simplify a range of financial transactions, meaning customers can make payments and transfers and access a host of other financial services conveniently and securely. At Ooredoo, we work hard to earn our position as the Sultanate’s data experience leaders, providing value added innovative products and services.””So, Safaricom and Vodacom will own M-Pesa and the teams and everything that goes with it. Now what we want to do is put the requisite investment in place, and then grow it. So, we want to grow the platform and we will use elements of the platform even in South Africa,” he said.
Sayyid Wasfi bin Jamshid Al Said, Acting Chief Executive Officer at National Bank of Oman, said, “We constantly strive to facilitate innovative, more secure, and technologically advanced solutions to our customers. This collaboration is one of many examples of how we provide convenient, easy to use and innovative solutions that improve the quality of customers’ lives in a compelling manner. NBO remains committed to meeting customers evolving expectations and demands.” He added, “We are glad to partner with Ooredoo and appreciate their efforts in developing state-of-the-art solutions.”