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Stanbic Bank Tanzania Launch New App

Stanbic Tanzania App

Stanbic Bank Tanzania has upgraded its mobile banking application for Android and IOS to create a better overall experience for its clients.

The upgrade comes embedded with new intuitive features, including a global link to other accounts domiciled in foreign countries, a more user-friendly interface allowing easier navigation through menus and ease of adding beneficiaries without customers having to access their online banking platform as was the case before.

The application also allows customers to send money to contacts directly from their phonebooks, drastically reducing the chances of sending money to the wrong recipient, something that has been a pain point for many mobile money users.

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Stanbic Bank Tanzania Manager- Self Service Channels, Albert Swai commented: “From our perspective, adapting to the pace of innovation is key to not only building stronger relationships with our clients but also empowering their financial success. Stanbic Bank aims to offer our most advanced capabilities to make interactions with our clients easier and more secure while remaining a trusted resource to them.”

Swai said the bank’s goal is not just about delivering access to resources and convenient solutions but to also anticipate and meet the clients’ ever-changing needs.

“Keeping up with the speed of innovation is a challenge for virtually all organizations in today’s world, and Stanbic Bank is no exception. However, if the bank remains connected with its purpose to enable financial success, we are sure to succeed together with our clients,” he said.

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Stanbic Bank Tanzania is part of the Standard Bank Group, Africa’s largest bank by assets.

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The group has been operating in Tanzania under the Stanbic Bank brand since 1995 focusing on all the key growth sectors in Tanzania, including agriculture, telecommunications, oil and gas, power and infrastructure and fast-moving consumer goods.

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