Digital Platform To Transform How SACCOs Operate
March. 07, 2020
Saccos will soon have a platform where they can share information and communicate with their members at the click of a button.
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Anthony Kabugi, the developer of the Co-op Connect App developer, said the new platform will build on the success of another product he designed two years ago where savings and credit societies, as well as co-operative societies, communicate with their members on a paperless platform.
“The e-directory responds to an urgent demand to give Saccos an online platform where they can congregate, exchange information as well as provide feedback on various issues at the click of a button,” he said.
Mr Kabugi said the service also gives societies an opportunity to upload their annual reports, video content of their past events as well as to popularise products to the wider public.
Mr Kabugi, currently engaged in the development of a cash crop delivery and sales manifest software, said individual SACCOs with no financial muscle to own e-platforms can link their individual in-house information systems via co-op connect platform.
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