Entersekt Crossed A New Milestone Of 200 Million Application Connections In 45 Countries Across The Globe
Entersekt headquartered in Stellenbosch has started processing close to 200 million applications and connections in 45 countries on its servers every month for clients. The founders of the company are aggressively confident about the future of the company. Previous month itself the company crossed the 200 million app connections on the servers. They are hopeful and optimistic of encountering greater opportunities in the near future and they are eagerly working for more amazing technology and are developing at a fast pace. The fintech has expanded rapidly in the last few months and the firm now has established their presence all over the globe with their offices in several countries like the US, the UK, Germany and Netherlands.
As the developing cost is less in South Africa, the company could engineer itself at a faster pace than anywhere else. They also have a banking environment in the company which has experienced and overcome many of the security challenges that other companies in the international markets have just started to encounter. Entersekt also protects digital service providers and their customers from different risks and threats such as digital banking and payments fraud. They keep a check on every little detail particularly when transactions take place on mobile devices as smart phones are vulnerable to several hacks. Entersekt was founded in 2010 and since then they have never looked back. Tough they have been under losses for few years but the profit they made in the last two years compensated all their losses. They are now using most of their profit in research, development and to expand their business globally.
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