Solar-power keeps bank ATMs operating in Ghana

Stanbic Bank in Ghana has rolled out solar-powered ATM machines in an effort to give clients access to their accounts during power outages Stanbic Bank in Ghana has rolled out solar-powered ATM machines in an effort to give clients access to their accounts during power outages
With power outages being a reality in Ghana – along with many other African countries – Stanbic Bank has taken steps to ensure customers can still access the ATM network, while at the same time reducing pollution problems. The programme to http://www.aerobic-liberec.cz/cheap-viagra-sales-in-england roll out off-site (away from bank branch) solar-powered ATMs began last month and Stanbic claims it’s a first for the country. According to Farihan Alhassan, Head of Customer Channels, the installation of the machines will come as a relief to customers who rely mostly on ATMs to make financial transactions. “As a customer-conscious bank, we need to make sure that clients readily access their money whenever they want,” he said. “We wanted to prevent the http://swatfpqs.usim.edu.my/levitra-generico inconvenience caused to clients when ATMs are down because there’s no power.” Read More...

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