E-commerce & Mobile Payments in Africa will not scale without Business Process Integration

From Afrinnovator Fri Jan 25 2013, 04:10:10

E-Commerce (or M-Commerce) and Mobile Payments in Africa gets a lot of attention.  I get a number of mobile payments pitches every month, and you can imagine how tough my skin has become over the last 6 months. Especially as I have personally transitioned from a plastic world into a mobile money world- I carry both and have used 4 services across Tanzania and Kenya. We are seeing some encouraging signs of life in Nigeria. Over a year ago I wrote a post about how I saw the scene developing with the increasing presence and competition of brand name players such

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