Earlier today, Entersekt and Huawei today announced Entersekt’s successful technical integration with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS).
For those still in the dark, HMS is an alternative to Google Mobile Services, a collection of applications and application programming interfaces that are typically pre-installed on Android phones and tablets. On the other hand, Entersekt holds an 80 percent share of the South African digital banking authentication market and counts major overseas banks as customers too.
It all sounds a bit cryptic, if you ask us. But not to worry, we’re here to give you the lowdown on what this Entersekt optimisation on Huawei Mobile Services means for Huawei, and for users of Huawei devices making use of HMS.
- For starters, Entersekt fast-tracked work on its mobile software development kit (SDK) to facilitate push messaging and ensure that consumers could continue to bank and transact securely after upgrading to newly manufactured Huawei mobile devices
- This means that existing apps from Absa, Nedbank, and Old Mutual can be optimised for new Huawei devices
- Soon, Huawei will be able to add Capitec Bank to the suite of banking apps that its AppGallery currently offers
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