EMudhra To Empower Secure Digital Transformation In Kenya

by Business Watch Team

eMudhra Limited has just announced that it is now a licensed Electronic Certification Service Provider (E-CSP) in Kenya under the Communications Authority of Kenya Root.

This milestone is all set to enable the largest Certifying Authority in India to make solid inroads into the African continent, starting with Kenya, a country with massive potential and a strong Digital Outlook.

With robust procedures, a strong solution stack, and strong experience in similar demographic environments, eMudhra is poised to provide solutions optimized for Kenya.

“Our eCSP services in Kenya bring together local legal validity, paired with the benefit of global recognition by popular PDF readers giving end users a lot of comfort in signing digitally. Moreover, our objective is to drive benefit for the Kenyan ecosystem by merging our solution stack, with the signature services to offer a ready, usable, and value-generating solution for our clients in Kenya”, says Arvind Srinivasan, SVP (of Global Markets & Strategy) at eMudhra.

Being a licensed E-CSP in Kenya, eMudhra has complied with all the relevant local laws, and now all businesses, citizens, and government agencies in the country have a fully TRUSTED source to procure Digital Signature Certificates for their specific use cases.

It’s increasingly evident that digital transformation is going to be an integral part of BCP, growth, and empowerment initiatives in Kenya because of its ability to provide a competitive edge and bridge gaps that cannot be traditionally scaled at a low cost. Use cases of digital signatures include digital tax filing, eServices to citizens, insurance fraud mitigation, paperless banking, eGovernment initiatives, defense security, advanced authentication, and more.

eMudhra intends to begin with enterprise use cases that are sure to have a wider impact post which, it will roll out its retail services in the country.

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