Dreamoval expands across the African Continent

  • Taking new Territories – becoming the preferred enabler of financial transactions in Africa

Dreamoval, one of Ghana’s leading FinTechs has opened up for business in Cote D’ivoire and Guinea. The technology company which recently won a most ambitious technology firm of the year award in Ghana, is living true to the title and its renewed purpose of creating a reliable Financial Services Ecosystem that will support the rise of Africa’s Middle Class.

The wholly Ghanaian owned company which started operations in Ghana in 2007 as a Software as A Service provider, is embarking on an unapologetically aggressive expansion plan across 25 African economies over the next five years . Beginning with the recruitment of Patrick Quantson as Chief Transformation Officer in a significant move that saw the prominent banker moving to drive the FinTech’s expansion, the company is also rumored to have plans to launch a new pan African consumer platform in the coming weeks.

In deciding on which countries to go into, the Chief Transformation Officer said “we’re going into every single one of them, to be honest. We’ve seen how our technology has helped businesses grow and it would be a crime to not allow other businesses across the continent to benefit from the pedigree of our technology platform. We chose Cote D’ivoire because it’s the core of the Francophone economy in West Africa and we received a lot of interest from significant Stakeholders in the Guinean market to digitize government collections, amongst others. We did both at the same time because we have the capacity to. We already have francophone staff and engineers so the move is only natural to us.”

DreamOval, which already provides digital solutions in Zimbabwe and Lesotho, will operate as SEVN in the two francophone markets. The company, which provides Fintech solutions that allow businesses, individuals and partners to seamlessly process, collect, pay, track and reconcile payments, has been in business for 14 years. According to the Chief Executive of the company, Claud Hutchful, our technology is at the heart of enabling reliable financial services on the continent.

When asked about what was launching next, the Chief Marketing Officer of the company, Charles Kollo, said “you’ll hear about it soon enough, but we are making a play for all emerging African economies where digital payments are including millions of the middle class into the financial system.”

Dreamoval strongly believes that with strong partnerships and innovation, millions of Africans can get access to healthcare, education, food, and an enhanced livelihood.

To find out how Dreamoval can help your business or health facility, visit www.dreamoval.com


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