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Agri-Fintech Digitt+ joins hands with Asia Insurance


Following its prior trend of being a creative disruptor in the industry, Akhtar Fuiou Technologies (AFT) has collaborated with Asia Insurance to create financially inclusive digital insurance products, powered to revolutionize the local market. This collaboration is a testament to AFT’s commitment toward the enablement of the unbanked population of Pakistan in all capacities through its country’s first Agri-Fintech platform Digitt+.

Powered by AFT, Digitt+ is an upcoming EMI with a pilot launch approved by the State Bank of Pakistan. The company is geared to transform the financial industry nationwide in an unprecedented manner. With the aim of enabling the agriculture sector by equipping them with the necessary financial tools & security, AFT has a vision of being a loyal financial partner for the masses.

Mr. Ahmed Ali Saleemi CEO at AFT states: “We have always prioritized convenience for customers, whether it is in the way we have curated the architecture of our platform, or as a reflection of our product offerings. Digitt+ aims to become the one stop solution not just for the agri market but for other key sectors as well.”

AFT will be extending agri-centric insurance policies like crop and livestock insurance among others through Digitt+, the first of its kind Agri-Fintech company in Pakistan. The primary aim of Digitt+ is to build an ecosystem which caters to the needs of a diverse sector.

Mr. Zain ul Haq Qureshi, CEO of Asia Insurance, celebrates this collaboration. According to Mr. Zain, “Asia Insurance has a vision to become one of the leading insurance companies in the country and collaboration with AFT coincides with our long-term goal of becoming the first priority for customers.”

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