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Koo partners with India Post Payments Bank to drive financial inclusion in remote cities

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Indian microblogging platform Koo stated on Tuesday it had partnered with India Post Payments Bank (IPPB), a division of India Post, beneath the Ministry of Communications.

Koo stated the memorandum of understanding (MoU) goals to convey collectively the synergies of each Koo and IPPB to drive ‘monetary inclusion’ and ‘literacy’ amongst the customers in tier 2, tier 3, and distant cities and hinterlands.

The firm stated the MoU was Signed within the presence of J Venkatramu, managing director (MD) and chief govt officer (CEO), IPPB, and Aparmeya Radhakrishan, cofounder and CEO, Koo, and can assist in reaching out to a ‘giant’ buyer base and talk through Koo’s language communities throughout the nation utilizing Multi-Lingual Koo (MLK) options.

India Post Payments Bank was arrange by the Department of Posts beneath the Ministry of Communications and had deep penetration within the remotest elements of the nation. Koo stated IPPB’s offline attain, coupled with its skill to ’empower’ customers by digital touchpoints, will guarantee communication to customers in India’s ‘remotest’ areas. The collaboration may even embody the administration of buyer relationships for IPPB customers by Koo’s grievance redressal system.

Venkatramu stated India has been on the forefront of digital transformation, with each sector embracing technological options to empower and bridge the space between hope and alternative. “Our collaboration with Koo is an initiative to connect with citizens of the country in the languages of their choice, through its features such as MLK and many more. We will also establish communication with users across states and spread awareness around IPPB’s legacy, products and services, for which Koo will have a significant role to play,” he added.

Radhakrishna stated the corporate is dedicated to making sure fast development on its mission of digital inclusion. “We are certain that this partnership with India Post Payments Bank will synergize the best of both traditional and contemporary modes of communication, and help users to stay connected with each other.”

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