Kakube identifies investment in technology, innovation as key to improving service delivery


Investment in technological innovation will improve product and service delivery to clients in the various sectors of the economy, says 888 Betting Zambia Chief Executive Officer, Panji Kakube, who also noted that this would also help to foster entrepreneurship.

Kakube said this during the launch of the 888 Aviator in Lusaka on Friday.

He stated that this would further stimulate growth in related industries such as software development and digital payments.

“Additionally, these investments will enhance the overall business environment and contribute to the country’s infrastructure development,” Kakube added.

He stated that they are confident that the investments would supplement the government’s efforts in alleviating poverty through various initiatives.

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Kakube claimed that the firm had invested significantly in its infrastructure development and online platforms.

“Our investments in technological innovation will improve product and service delivery offered to our clients,” he stated.

He noted that increased consumer spending can lead to multiplier effects, benefitting other businesses in the economy.

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