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 http://www.aerobic-liberec.cz/cheap-viagra-sales-in-england 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 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 http://swatfpqs.usim.edu.my/levitra-generico 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 inconvenience caused to order chinese viagra clients when ATMs are down because there’s no power.” Read More...

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