PureSoftware accelerates global expansion with a new office in Kenya

PureSoftware accelerates global expansion with a new office in Kenya

PureSoftware, a prominent software firm with expertise in 5G, fintech, and digital transformation, has reportedly opened its first office in Kenya, Africa. The company’s digital solutions and software products, Arttha5G and Arttha Fintech would reach more people across the continent through this new office.

For the unversed, PureSoftware, established in 2005, is a global software product and services firm with expertise in digital, product engineering, and next-generation platforms.

The firm, with the launch of the Nairobi office, can better support its customers in Africa and respond more promptly to the changing requirements of existing and new clients. The company has been on a worldwide expansion path, recording high double-digit growth over the past three years, with a strategic goal to deliver near-shore and on-shore capability to its customers.

Arttha Fintech, PureSoftware's award-winning flagship microservices-based platform, is already assisting businesses across Africa to speed their digital transformation. Further, Artha5G will enable enterprises to fulfill future connection demands.

PureSoftware's Chief Executive Officer, Manish Sharma, expressed they are pleased to open their first office in Kenya as part of their aggressive expansion ambitions. This new office will enable them to offer an entire suite of software and digital transformation solutions to existing and new customers in their target market Africa, he added.

It is worth mentioning that Arttha enables fintech enterprises and banks to increase revenue flow with robust value propositions like Buy Now Pay Later, eWallets, digital core banking as a service, loan lifecycle management, merchant management, and agent banking.

Speaking of Artha5G, it is an O RAN compatible 5G platform that delivers software and architecture to power connected aspirations worldwide. It helps enterprises roll out RU products faster, with a low operational footprint and more load capacity to handle ever-increasing speeds at low latency.

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