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Scorto Opens New Office in Nairobi, Kenya

By on March 5, 2012

Scorto Corporation, a globally recognized provider of decision management and risk mitigation solutions and services, has started operations of a new, regional headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.

 

Having served lending and credit based organizations since 2005, the company has been experiencing rapid growth in the US, Europe and Middle East, and is now ready to expand to Africa.

 

Scorto is excited to respond to a growing demand in this region. Josephine Gathuri, the Head of Operations in the Kenyan office, will dedicate her impressive background in Business Process Outsourcing and IT Management to boost performance and address the top concerns of Eastern African banks.

 

Josephine foresees great prosperity as a result of Scorto’s commitment to the region as well as the services and solutions that Scorto can provide: “Scorto is dedicated to promote a strong risk management culture, help our clients increase efficiency and deepen customer relationships. Integrating Business intelligence in decision-support framework is vital for companies that are willing to capture the full market potential.”

 

BusinessNews spoke to Josephine Gathuri, head of Scorto’s Kenya’s office on why Kenya was the preferred destination of choice in Africa.

BusinessNews: Does Scorto have operations in Nigeria or is there any plan for the future?

Josephine: “Scorto’s operations in Nigeria will be handled from Kenya.  We have an aggressive partner selling in Nigeria but no immediate plans to open up in Nigeria at this time.”

 

BusinessNews: Why is Kenya preferred to Nigeria as the location of Scorto’s regional headquarters.

Josephine: “Kenya is the buzz in technology as far as Africa is concerned.  There is a lot of interest and investment in expanding technology in Kenya. The number of companies that appreciate the difference the use of technology can make is growing at a fast pace. Scorto is committed to respond to this rising demand and help our clients address their challenges through technology.“