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Cente-Tech Rolling Out its ‘Digital Messaging Service’ Across the Country

Cente-Tech's 'Digital Messaging Service' offers SMS, USSD, Email, and IVR capabilities to its users.

Over the past two days, Centenary Technology Services (Cente-Tech) – a member of Centenary Group – has pitched camp in the West Nile region onboarding the church dioceses onto its Digital Messaging Service.

Developed in-house by Cente-Tech, the Digital Messaging Service, offers SMS, USSD, Email, and IVR capabilities to its users. The West Nile campaign means that the dioceses of Nebbi and Arua will now be able to enhance communication with their congregation using SMS, USSD, IVR, and email.

Bishop Raphael Wokorach of the Nebbi Diocese, said, “The service is a much-needed intervention that will go a long way in enhancing how we support the transformation of our people.” “We thank Cente-Tech for this.”

The campaign started in August 2022 when Centenary Group’s Executive Chairman & CEO Prof. John Ddumba Ssentamu, Cente-Tech CTO; Peter Kahiigi, and Steven Kirenga; Cente-Tech Head – Product & Business Development & Customer Experience, visited Lira Diocese to onboard them onto the Digital Messaging Service.

Bishop Sanctus Wannok in the meeting with Cente-Tech welcomed the digital service stating that the majority of their people own phones and that with the service they can now have an effective channel to reach them.

After Lira Diocese, the Centenary team visited Fort Portal Diocese and was honored to be hosted by Bishop Robert Muhirwa who called upon Cente-Tech to roll out other similar relevant technology solutions. “We have many economic activities that we carry out in Fort Portal. Now that we know your ICT expertise, come and partner with us to transform the lives of our communities,” said Bishop Muhiirwa.

Dr. Grace Ssekakubo, Cente-Tech CEO said Cente-Tech’s intention is to transform the lives of the people and promote environmental conservation through financial inclusion and innovative business solutions —and therefore the digital transformation campaign will continue in other regions across the country.



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