Webinar: How to Build a Digital Native Business in Africa

As we progressively move towards digital dependency, businesses need robust solutions to develop software faster and deliver better customer experiences.

8 months ago   •   1 min read

By Angelique Tzanakakis

Join us, Google and Digicloud on the 17th of February 2021 for an in-depth discussion on what it means to be a digital native business in Africa. We’ll hear from Simon Tobelem on how ACBM, one of the world’s first regulated, digitally-native investment banks, used Google to achieve their cloud-first strategy.

What to Expect:

Digital innovation has brought with it a new kind of consumer: the digital consumer. This new kind of consumer has access to digital technology like mobile phones and apps that have allowed them to have access to what they want, when they want it. As a consequence, their expectations have shifted and their opinions about organisations are based on their initial digital customer experience. To stand out, businesses need to meet and exceed these digital standards.

Unsurprisingly, this is a growing trend in Africa with an increase in cloud-based businesses.  Cloud-native businesses need robust solutions to develop software faster and deliver better customer experiences.

ACBM is a modern investment banking service provider who aims to empower clients through their personalised simple, compliant, reliable and secure digital platform.

Taking a customer-centric approach, ACBM developed a platform that gives each customer their own dashboard of services enabling them to manage their finances easily and efficiently from wherever they are.

During the webinar, you will learn how ACBM used Google Cloud solutions to develop into one of the world’s first regulated, digitally-native investment banks.

Who you'll hear from:

Speaking at the event will be Stephan Schoeman, Google Cloud Business Manager, Gregory MacLennan, CEO of Digicloud Africa, Simon Tobelem, co-founder of ARIE Capital Group and Group CEO of ACBM, and Thomas Fowler, CEO and co-founder of DotModus.

Register for free here.  

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