RCBC DiskarTech taps Ayannah to provide software service for fund transfer

By Back End News

RCBC’s mobile banking app DiskarTech has tapped Ayannah Business Solutions Inc. (Ayannah) to deliver more relevant financial products and services to Filipinos from around the world. With this partnership, Diskartech users will be able to cash in through thousands of Ayannah enabled outlets nationwide.

Ayannah is a digital financial services group that operates on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform and provides a global network of services that include e-commerce, remittance, and electronic distribution and payment, including online and mobile selling.

“Ayannah is very pleased to provide our open banking and omnichannel distribution platform for RCBC Diskartech. We have been impressed by the rapid growth of RCBC Diskartech’s user base and we are excited to provide branchless banking services to make it even more convenient to access RCBC Diskartech’s services,” said Dicky Alikpala, president, Ayannah.

Targeting the emerging markets and the majority of the unbanked and underserved, Ayannah’s services hope to benefit the country’s migrant workers.

“With our growing network of transaction agents, we will make it more convenient for Diskartech customers to make deposits and withdraw funds from their RCBC Diskartech account. Our aim is to make RCBC Diskartech available in every barangay in the Philippines and even in every OFW community around the world,” said Mikko Perez, chair and CEO, Ayannah.

“We continue to commit to our goal of onboarding the unbanked and the underserved amid the digital acceleration in banking. With the help of Ayannah, we are confident we will succeed in this endeavor,” Eugene Acevedo, president and CEO, RCBC.

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