E-Finance, a national digital network for financial transactions, has announced the launch of a new smart phone application, named “Banzenty” (“My Petrol Station”). The new app is to be available for all iOs and android users during the Cairo ICT conference.
The application provides verifiable information for vehicle owners on the locations of the nearest petrol station, head of business development at e-financne Amr Khater said. He added that the application also lists other services the petrol station offers.
Development steps for this application will include details on car maintenance shops and possibility to book periodic maintenance.
The application was designed by Mohamed Tmam, one of e-finance’s employees.
During the ICT conference, e-finance’s chairman Ibrahim Sarhan will discuss the future of the e-payment system in Egypt, as well as its growth rates.
“This comes in the framework of e-payment national project, sponsored by Ministry of Finance and the Egyptian Central Bank,” e-finance said in an official statement. “This aims at excluding all traditional methods of payment and collection.”