Oray Erkus, Collaboration Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft East Africa spoke about the progress Kenyan-based solar energy company, M-KOPA Solar made when using the app. According to Erkus, M-KOPA now has more than half a million customers in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
“M-KOPA Solar couldn’t have achieved this growth without providing the underlying communication and payment technology that people can access easily by phone. M-KOPA uses the Microsoft Kaizala app to connect its sales team and provide essential resources to rural communities”, said Erkus”, said Erkus.
The App Kaizala can be used to communicate with and manage an unlimited number of users. This includes employees, front-line workers, customers, suppliers and citizens. Organisations can create flat, hierarchical or discoverable public groups in minutes, from contact lists, directories or ad hoc sharing.
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