Daily Archives: March 17, 2015
Technology explosion facilitates the rollout of patient portal services, finds Frost & Sullivan
Regulation, automation and financial crime compliance are top priorities for the investment management community
New independent research commissioned by SWIFT reveals that regulation, automation and financial crime compliance initiatives are top priorities for the investment management community in 2015. The findings of the survey, which are captured in a paper entitled Operational Challenges Facing Investment Managers in 2015, assesses the current and future operational needs of the buy-side with a view to determining potential solutions around automation, standardisation and collaboration.
The Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) is planning to increase its footprint in sub-Sahara Africa in efforts to seize emerging opportunities across the continent.
“Zambian farmers know that technology and knowledge are the way forward”
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) will help in building local capacities for manufacturing of solar energy systems and components in Egypt and promote the application of solar energy in the country’s chemicals, agro-food and textile industries.
Africa’s largest Internet exchange(IXP), NAPAfrica says that the digital divide still exists and new innovative approaches such as peering should be better utilised if Africa is to ever have full access to critical information. While growth is evident, NAPAfrica says that the African continent has yet to fully realise the benefits of peering.