Power bank render (image: belkin), Article: John Neesham
Smartphones have emerged as an indispensable part of our lives. From the instant, we awaken we’re maximum probably to be using our smartphones most of the day. We need to either speak with other human beings or use it as a form of enjoyment through smartphones. You need to buy the best power bank which will help in your bad conditions where no charger can help you.
All these elements cause your battery to run low. Which is one of the fundamental motives why the best power bank exists. in recent times. While deciding to own an electricity financial institution you’ll find out that there are numerous alternatives on the market. How do you choose the right best portable power bank? You should consider the following listed reasons before buying a portable charger. The best power bank is one of the most beneficial devices nowadays.
Whenever you spot your cellphone or your Nintendo transfer about to die, plug it into a power financial institution. And it’ll start charging immediately. That stated, shopping for a strong financial institution isn’t that easy as it appears. When you have purchased one and aren’t satisfied with it. We consider you could have neglected some crucial elements.
At the same time as buying an energy bank, you ought to don’t forget factors like the brand call, customer support. And the actual capability of the tool, among many different things.
Whilst the portable charger is actually too big to be installed in your pocket or too heavy to hold around, may you be willing to apply it anymore? If you continually convey the transportable charger with you wherever you cross. You ought to not forget a light energy best portable power bank with a graceful design.
- The Capacity of The Power Bank
How frequently might you want to rate your digital devices without charging your electricity financial institution? that could be a query that the capability of the strongest financial institution can tell you. Every other critical question is, for what tool you’ll use your strong financial institution? A pc needs more energy than a phone. A phone can be charged with an electricity financial institution of 3.350 mAh however a pc wishes more electricity. In need of a laptop energy bank? Use an energy bank with a capacity of 30.000 mAh or better.
- Price and Quality
If you are searching for the best-power financial institution that suits your wishes. You have to look in addition to just the photos. check the specs and determine what specs are crucial for your usage of the strongest financial institution. Occasionally a less expensive model isn’t matching your desires. And the reasonably-priced energy bank may not last as long as you want.
Moreover, another cause to take a good look at the price exceptional ratio is the overload. A few reasonably-priced strength banks can overload and damage your electronic devices. All of our strength banks are tested and meet all ECU safety needs.
- Usage of The Power Bank
An energy financial institution may be used for greater than just one cause. A student can use an electricity financial institution inside the bus to school when there is no socket available. A climber can use the best portable power bank to use his smartphone when he needs to send an emergency signal. Or a survival specialist can use an outdoor power bank when a storm is raging over him.
talabat Achieves Highest Level of PCI-DSS Certification for Transactional Security Across all Markets
talabat Chief Technical Officer, Khaled Rashad (Image: Supplied)
talabat, the region’s leading food delivery and q-commerce platform is proud to announce their achievement of a Level 1 Certification in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS). A set of security standards formed in 2004 that aim to safely secure online credit and debit card transactions against data theft and fraud.
Today, talabat has the PCI-DSS Level 1 Certification in all of its eight operational markets. Which include: Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq. Making it the first food and q-commerce delivery platform to have achieved this in the region.
Commenting on the announcement, Khaled Rashad, Chief Technical Officer at talabat said: “The PCI-DSS Level 1 Certification marks a great milestone for us. As we are proud to be the first and only food and q-commerce delivery platform in the MENA region to have achieved this certification.”
“At talabat, we are constantly working to protect customers’ transactions on the platform. And this certification further reiterates this commitment ensuring that customers will continue to feel confident in using the talabat platform. Which has the highest security standards in the industry.” Rashad adds.
PCI-DSS is the global industry compliance and security standard that is dedicated to securing cardholders’ data. Being one of the most stringent security standards in the market. It applies to any organization involved in the processing, transmission, and storage of credit card information.
talabat maintains partnerships with several trusted, PCI-DSS compliant payment service providers. Which is where transactional data is transferred each time a customer makes an order payment. And is heavily protected by the compliant payment service providers.
Fawry broadens its platform for consumer finance offerings to capture the growing opportunity
Fawry CFO, AbdelMeguid Afifi (Image: Suplied)
Fawry (the “Company”, FWRY.CA on the Egyptian Exchange), Egypt’s leading e-payments solutions and banking services provider. Today announced plans for establishing a consumer finance company, Fawry Consumer Finance. Broadening its existing offering of financial solutions as a service currently offered through partner banks and financial service providers.
This aims to expand the targeted consumer categories providing more options at check out. And cementing Fawry’s position as a platform for financial services that empowers consumers with a broad range of payment choices. The move also comes in line with the government vision & FRA strategy to support financial inclusion & digital transformation.
The company will offer its customers convenient access to credit through multiple products including Buy Now Pay Later “BNPL”. This comes in line with the company’s strategy to add more financial services across its channels and expand its direct-to-consumer offering. As always with Fawry, the move is aimed to unlock opportunity on both the consumer and merchant side leveraging its dual sided network. Through providing BNPL at checkout Fawry enables its merchants to grow sales and enhances its acceptance offering.
In that regard, AbdelMeguid Afifi, CFO of Fawry, said, “We know consumers are looking for frictionless experiences at check out and flexibility in payment offerings. In the last couple of years we’ve seen huge growth of buy-now-pay- later transactions. We also believe that providing value added services at checkout for the merchant will be key to growing our acceptance business and deepening the utilization of our POS network.”
“The offering combines the two, allowing Fawry to meet real needs of consumers to gain access to credit. And empowering merchants to offer their customers multiple options to pay on their own terms,” Afifi added.
Fawry Consumer Finance was established with an initial capital of EGP 10 million, and is fully owned by Fawry and its subsidiaries. It recently received the necessary license from the Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA). And is looking to directly offer its customers consumer finance in 2022.
African fintech aYo looks to data to drive growth
African fintech aYo Holdings Group CEO, Marius Botha (Image: Supplied)
African fintech aYo Holdings is transforming its technology back end and data management approach as it gears up to drive greater scale, better customer experience and faster access to markets across the African continent in the coming years.
The company already has more than 15 million customers using its microinsurance products across Uganda, Ghana, Zambia and Côte d’Ivoire, and Group CEO Marius Botha says its vision is to grow into the largest financial services technology platform in Africa by enabling the distribution of a range of affordable and accessible micro financial services products.
aYo and its shareholder, MTN, are currently working on the final details of a partnership with a new insurance group for access to more underwriter licenses, in order to expand its product range and penetrate more markets.
“We see ourselves as a technology company first and foremost, that happens to sell microinsurance now. As our customers transition to a world where financial services are easily accessible via mobile phone and transacted via apps and other channels. We need to respond with a platform business model that will allow us to scale rapidly and cost-effectively manage material volumes of nano transactions,” said Botha.
Part of this technology evolution has seen aYo transition to a cloud data warehousing approach. Using Snowflake as a solution as it looks to deal with growing volumes of customer data.
“Data is a key asset that we want to grow and leverage, as it will allow us to drive better outcomes and value for our customers. Moving into a new generation data warehousing capability gives us the ability to analyse usable data faster, and build automated models for particular use cases. Like more granular target market segmentation, retention strategies and targeted customer propositions,” said Botha.
Choice of technology plays a critical role in ensuring the affordability of micro financial services by driving ‘frictional costs’ out of the system. Like the costings involved in using legacy tools and processes, or online physical hosting solutions. A solution like Snowflake helps the company to scale up and down according to demand. And makes it easier to build real-time reporting capabilities which are key strategic aims.
“We’re excited to be experimenting with world-class technologies that help accelerate our vision to enable first-time access to financial services for many African consumers, and bring them into the economic mainstream. That’s where insurtechs are truly contributing to financial inclusion across the continent, and making a positive difference to people’s lives,” said Botha.