BY LORETTA BRIGIDIA MANELE
UK based Fin-Tech Company, Bibimoney will provide training for Solomon Islands Postal Corporation’s new mobile wallet service initiative.
This is according to Solomon Post’s mobile wallet service report, titled “Introducing Mobile Wallet Technology”.
The report expressed that Bibimoney’s global technical advisors will provide training for the project’s technical team which includes those from the ICT, Operations and Finance departments.
“The team will be supported by the global technical advisors from Bibimoney. These advisors will provide training to dedicated SIPC staff”, the report said.
In relation, the team will be involved in the incorporating the mobile money service with the existing SIPC (Solomon Islands Postal Corporation) structure as well as auditing costs and financial modelling.
Furthermore, the report also stated that the training and marketing team will have three specialist trainers and a marketer to run the “train the trainer” program.
They will also be responsible in arranging the marketing collateral which will be produced locally in preparation for deployment with Bibimoney providing initial training for the team.
Solomon Post’s wish to offer more services and financially include all citizens was finally answered last year when they contacted the Company.
Last month both parties launched the new payment system “Post Pay” at the Heritage Park Hotel and have since been working together on the initiative.