Bangladeshi company Dmoney has received acknowledgement as the “10 Most Convenient Wallets to Watch in 2019” by APAC Business Headlines magazine.
Dmoney is the only wallet from South Asia to receive this recognition.
The magazine called Dmoney one of the leaders in the fintech.
Co-founded by Sonia Bashir Kabir, who is most known for her long association with tech giant Microsoft. She headed the operation for Microsoft in a number of countries, including her native Bangladesh.
Kabir said her company will play a vital role in digital and financial inclusion.
“We began our journey with the challenge of financial inclusion and realised that inclusion is a myopic view of the world. The real problem to solve is the challenge of building an “ecosystem” around homes/small and medium businesses and offer them all the products and services they need to operate effectively with productivity and succeed in their endeavors. Our business strategy is expanding from just financial inclusion to a digital ecosystem of financial well-being,” said Kabir.
Aref Bashir, the managing director and co-founder of Dmoney said Bangladesh is underserved despite being a large market. “Digital lifestyle and financial services is the need of the hour. Dmoney aims to rise to the challenge and fulfill this demand.”
Kabir said her company aspires to grow tremendously in the APAC region in the near future.
“We are honored to be part of this list alongside other great companies. Dmoney is expected to see tremendous growth in the APAC region in the coming years. This growth is attributable to Dmoney’s technology and we built our own software and have 100% Intellectual Property (IP) rights, our excellent R&D and customer success teams, as well as our network of reliable business partners.” she said.