Data Integrated receives approval to operate as a Payment Service Provider (PSP) in Kenya


Data Integrated Ltd, a financial technology and mobility solutions company, has received official approval from the Central Bank of Kenya to operate as a Payment Service Provider (PSP) in Kenya.

The milestone is a significant achievement for the firm which also underscores it’s commitment to driving financial inclusion and advancing digital payment solutions in Kenya.

Mary Mwangi, the founder and CEO of Data Integrated Ltd, expressed her enthusiasm about this milestone, stating, “The Central Bank of Kenya’s approval to operate as a Payment Service Provider is a significant achievement for Data Integrated Ltd. It allows us to further expand our MobiTill solutions and continue our mission of revolutionizing the public transport sector and contribute to the broader goal of financial inclusion. We are dedicated to providing efficient logistics systems and customized payment solutions that address the evolving needs of our stakeholders.”

Founded in 2012 and based in Nairobi, Kenya, Data Integrated Ltd has been at the forefront of creating innovative solutions aimed at the digitalization of public transport and SME digital payments. Over the past decade, the company has successfully developed and implemented a comprehensive Mobility as a Service (MaaS) platform with technology-based solutions for each key stakeholder within the public transport ecosystem. This platform aims to improve service delivery, enhance safety, and streamline operations for bus companies, matatu (bus)owners, passengers, regulators, and partners.

Daiki Sato, an investor and board member at Data Integrated Ltd through mobility54 – Toyota Tsusho  group Corporate Venture Capital for Africa, also shared his excitement, saying, “As an investor, we are proud to support Data Integrated Ltd in its mission to transform public transportation in Kenya. We believe in the company’s potential to enhance the efficiency of urban transport infrastructure, ensuring the public transport system is more responsive to the needs of both operators and passengers alike. We look forward to supporting Data Integrated as it continues to innovate and contribute to the growth of the digital economy in Kenya and the rest of the world.”