NCSL Introduces Instant Member Onboarding with Wokabaut Tablet

 PORT MORESBY – Nasfund Contributors Savings and Loan Society (NCSL) has unveiled a groundbreaking enhancement to its services with the launch of an instant member onboarding process via the innovative Wokabaut tablet. Employees seeking membership can now join NCSL within a mere five minutes.

Pictured is Team Digital Services and Projects [Photo by NCSL]

The Wokabaut tablet's instant member onboarding aligns seamlessly with NCSL's vision of eliminating paperwork and leading in digital financial services. This customized tablet boasts offline capabilities, duplication checks, and real-time account opening for new members.

Gila Ebenosi, Manager of Digital Services & Call Centre, expressed his enthusiasm: "We're thrilled to be the first Savings and Loan Society to introduce this. The Wokabaut tablet is currently in use in Port Moresby and Lae, and we plan to distribute it to all NCSL branches soon. It’s an exciting addition to our digital services, allowing us to quickly onboard new members without the need for paperwork, anywhere."

Key Features of the Wokabaut Tablet:

  1. Realtime Onboarding: The tablets ensure new members are onboarded instantly, eliminating paperwork delays and providing a seamless transition.
  2. Efficiency in Minutes: Members can complete the onboarding process in just five minutes, making new membership hassle-free and efficient.
  3. Offline Capabilities: The tablets operate offline, enabling membership even in areas without network coverage.
  4. Dedup Functionality: The tablet intelligently checks for duplicate accounts, ensuring that existing members are not onboarded twice.

Mr. Ebenosi added, “We are constantly looking for ways to improve our digital platforms and provide the best possible experience for our members. The introduction of this tool demonstrates our commitment to using technology to enhance accessibility and support for our members, stakeholders, and the public.”

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