Banking and Capital Markets


Digital disruptions are forcing banks to rethink operating models. Today, corporate banking customers demand real-time interaction, service immediacy, and transparency especially with the entrance of the millennials into the bankable mainstream. In our experience, the ever-evolving consumer wants an instant service on par with the best in the world and greater convenience in executing transactions.

Next-Gen (Nx) Banking Solutions

Traditional banking outfits that provide core banking solutions are striving to reposition themselves as technology platform entities with a banking license. Corridor Africa Technologies is investing in FinTechs, APIs, application modernization, and cognitive computing to facilitate this transition and provide a “get there the first service.

Our methodology ensures that financial institutions change in line with digital disruptions in the market and customer dynamics. We enable organizations to become future-proof re-imagining their future through value-adding partnerships.

Through our strategic partnerships, we are able to develop banking solutions in the automation and AI space and to deliver cognitive capabilities to existing platforms.

‘Born Digital’ telecom organizations are not restricted by legacy technology and business process and are disrupting traditional business models through innovations in customer experience and engagement, service management and delivery, and product structure.

On the other hand, traditional Telecommunication Services Providers – given the complexity of their estates – are finding it difficult to make the tectonic shift because not all of them are invested across the maturity curve to improve their connectedness with the business ecosystem.

Corridor Africa Technologies’ end-to-end solutions framework is a comprehensive approach to increase efficiency, drive cost reductions, and foster innovation.



Energy and Utilities


For the past few years, societal, environmental and technological forces have been influencing how the utility industry respond to their own major market challenges. Utility business and operational transformation is being driven at an unprecedented rate by:

  • Regulatory market reform, new entrants and disruptive technologies;
  • Climate change, environmental concerns and greenhouse gas and carbon emissions targets;
  • Growth in renewable generation and distributed resources;
  • Volatile consumption patterns;
  • Aging assets with increased expectations on reliability;
  • Aging workforce poised for retirement;
  • Increased pressure on operational efficiency and workforce productivity;
  • Increasing desire and need for participation by consumers in the energy value chain; and,
  • Rise of distributed and micro generation and the trend to a federated operational model.


This creates more opportunities, which in turn has its own limitations. Today the industry is heavily engaged in various technology and business transformation initiatives.

Our rich domain experience coupled with capabilities in technologies such as IoT, Automation, Analytics and Artificial Intelligence helps organizations take a giant leap forward in this transformation journey.

Through the delivery of an innovative and incredibly agile technical solution, Utilities can be assured of the level of reliability and flexibility needed to support the business into the future. As our customers move from simple cost reduction to business outcomes, we have transformed ourselves by engaging in business benefits-led outsourcing programs. We offer year on year productivity gains on not only on IT SLAs and KPIs, but also the key indicators that drive the energy business.

To raise the proficiency of public services, governments in many countries introduce ICT solutions that automate public sector processes. As a rule, approach to mounting volumes of structured and unstructured data acquired from a broad variety of sources at an increasing velocity provides unprecedented opportunities to dramatically improve the performance of government.

Today, public sector automation goes far beyond the streamlining of daily routine administrative tasks. The multi-dimensional aspects of big data and large volumes require a comprehensive approach to enterprise information management that is based on the business needs of government agencies.

Efficient data warehousing and data storage solutions that help to reduce implementation time and operational costs, are thus typical projects associated with the big data common in the public sector.

Public Sector