Review of Apps Improving Work Efficiency in an MFI #DigLitBootcamp
20 October 2020
Digitalisation of daily work in an MFI can imprve efficiency, and this can be done without large investments into tailored systems. Moreover, many improvements can be implemented free of charge. This webinar will review the available free of charge or with small monthly fee the applications and solutions, which can improve team work, communication within the organization, monitoring of field staff work, lead nurturing, documents sharing and their security. We will also touch upon some golden rules of digital work, which help humans safly and healthy live in virtual world.
Presenter: Etienne Mottet, Independent Consultant
Etienne Mottet is an MIS Senior Expert. He has 13 years of experience in development of technology strategies for microfinance institutions, as well as structuring and supervising MIS units. From 2007 to 2013, He has worked at OXUS Development Network as Operations Expert for the entire Group, as well as serving as Chief Technical Officer (CTO) in Kyrgyzstan and as Chief Operations Officer (COO) in Afghanistan. In his capacity of CTO, he has managed teams of software developers and business analysts, and initiated the institution’s transition to SCRUM development methodologies. After leaving OXUS, Mr. Mottet has co-founded a start-up called OPENCBS where he oversaw the development and implementation of an open-source software or financial institutions. Mr. Mottet joined Buiness and Finance Consulting in 2015 as Head of Innovation. In August 2020, Mr Mottet supported Patria Credit Romania in the planning of their digital transformation and the upgrade of their loan management technologies. Beside Microfirnance, Mr Mottet is collaborating with Sviteco, a Ukrainian based company specialized in connected objects and energy optimization for which he supports the international business development. Mr. Mottet holds a Master in Management and Civil Engineering. He is fluent in French and English, and speaks fair Russian.
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This webinar has received financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation “EaSI” (2014-2020). For further information please consult: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi