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Microsoft and Ecobank to Drive Digital Transformation in Africa

Microsoft, the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world and Ecobank Transnational Incorporated, parent company of pan-African banking group Ecobank today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to complement African governments' efforts to modernise and raise the standards of the continent's major cities through state of the art digital solutions.

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- Photo with main parties seated exchanging signed documents On the left: Mr. Ade Ayeyemi - CEO, Ecobank Group; On the right: Mr. Amr Kamel - General Manager, Microsoft Mr. Richard Uku - Directeur de la Communication, Groupe Ecobank

On the left: Mr. Ade Ayeyemi - CEO, Ecobank Group; On the right: Mr. Amr Kamel - General Manager, Microsoft

Group photo with Microsoft and Ecobank staff

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