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George Tsintilas, Sales Director, Relational - left - and Tunde Oladele, CEO, Software Group Africa

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Greek fintech firm eyes Kenya’s banking sector with collections software

George Tsintilas, Sales Director, Relational and Tunde Oladele, CEO, Software Group Africa

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 23 – Relational, a Greek financial solutions software firm, has launched a new solution, AroTRON Collections & Recoveries, targeted at Kenya’s banking industry.

The software solution will help financial institutions in their collections and recoveries, focussing on non-performing loans.

Mr Agisilaos Papagiannopoulos, the Vice President of Sales at Relational says the firm is keen on interacting with professionals in the financial services market.

“This is what the participation of banking executives who honoured us with their presence today proves to us. We hope that this event showcased Relational’s value once again and would like to assure the local Financial Services market that we will continue to do our absolute best to secure our place as a trusted and reliable business software partner,” said Papagiannopoulos.

Relational first established its presence in the Kenyan Financial Services sector five years ago with a major installation of its Loan Origination solution, i-Apply.

After three Loan Origination installations in Kenyan Banks and following international trends, the company is shifting its focus to Arrears Management with its AroTRON Collections & Recoveries software solution and an extensive experience covering every aspect of the implementation of Collections, Recoveries and Litigation Management projects.

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