Craft Silicon Is Simply Crafting Software Solutions for Banking, Microfinance, mPayments and ePayments

Craft Silicon Is Simply Crafting Software Solutions for Banking, Microfinance, mPayments and ePayments

Craft Silicon is a global software company, based in Kenya, providing software solutions for core banking, microfinance, switching and electronic and mobile payments across 4 continents.

When the wheels of time turn, the dynamics of most industries change. The Finance sector is no difference because over the years since over the years, it has evolved through the cycles of boom and downturn, which has challenged the functioning of all allied fields. Furthermore, the phenomenon of globalization has added new dimensions to this already volatile sector.

At Craft Silicon we have, since our inception in 1998, stayed ahead of the ever-changing times, with our core expertise in the domain of providing customised software solutions for the financial sector. How did we succeed in this? Simple. We never believed in waiting for the future to evolve, we rather shaped it with our lateral thinking and radical view of things.

Each passing day, we have reignited our passion of delivering world-class solutions with one question, ‘Is there a better and different way of doing things?’

Opportunities at the base of the pyramid are driving the buzz today. One of the most significant areas in this category around the world is Microfinance. Craft Silicon, in recognition of the bright prospects and the opportunities, has developed BRmfs (Bankers Realm Core Microfinance Solution) that helps manage small to large customer records, volumes of transactions, portfolios, profits and also analyze the risk factors. BR MFS Solution is now running on our high end web platform – BR .Net.

Craft Silicon’s MFI offering also provides its partners with alternate channels such as POS and mobile banking that allows businesses to provide online, real time and secure services to customers even in remote areas. The limitless scope and convenience offered could be testified by over 200 satisfied Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs), in over 32 countries around the world

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