Moneytrans launches first mobile money transfer application in Democratic Republic of Congo
Moneytrans, a fintech company serving migrants has launched a smart and convenient mobile application that can send money in minutes, in and out of Africa, to one of its 250,000 points.
Established in the DRC since 2004, Moneytrans sees this launch as a great opportunity, as its mobile application eliminates the hassle of travel, long queues and other obstacles caused by limited work schedules or power outages.
"We are proud to introduce the first money transfer application in the DRC; we believe strongly in a multi-channel model , allowing our customers to choose how to send or receive money, "said Francisco Sanchez Apellaniz , CEO and founder of Moneytrans.
The iMoneytrans application is the first money transfer application developed by customers. "The application is intuitive, interactive and really easy to use," said Paola Luyo , Product Manager at Moneytrans. "We have spent the past few years working with our customers to deliver a state-of-the-art mobile application that has all the capabilities of the best applications already in use on other continents. " Jeremy De Smet , COO of Moneytrans, added:" We are reaching out to all migrant workers, expatriates and travelers, and providing them with a service that is fast, easy to use,
Laetitia Carbajo , Marketing Director at Moneytrans, concludes: "The African ecosystem requires innovative solutions to promote financial inclusion. Thanks to strong economic growth, a growing number of smartphone users and a favorable legal framework, the DRC is a great destination for investment in the digital banking sector. Moneytrans, whose strategy is to become thebenchmark neobanque for migrant workers in Europe , also aims to become a major digital financial player in the DRC. "