SANEF

AcronymDefinition
SANEFSouth African National Editors Forum
SANEFSociété des Autoroutes du Nord et de l'Est de la France (French: Northern and Eastern French Highways Corporation; est. 1963)
SANEFSouth African National Equestrian Federation (Kyalami, South Africa)
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Stakeholders are convinced that SANEF will deepen financial inclusion in Nigeria through an integrated ecosystem with strong regulatory oversight, consumer protection and interoperable payment systems with limited concentration risk.
So, wherever there is a sign of SANEF or logo of mobile money agents, Nigerians can perform basic financial services such as account opening, cash deposits, cash withdrawals, funds transfers and bills payments.
'The SANEF programme supports our plans to rapidly scale up the agent network over the year and with this, the entire financial industry will reach deeper into even more communities and give millions of Nigerians convenient access to financial services,' Oviosu said.
The centre also includes an onsite Workplace Recovery facility with industry-leading security controls in place to safeguard Sanef from external IT threats.
"With our IT team now removing the burden from Sanef of managing their own IT, they can fully concentrate on what is important them; their business.
Through partnering with the North East firm, the Paris-headquartered Sanef will be able to maintain its office operations should an emergency occur at its existing facility, which employs more than 300 people.
Adding that the ban may cause serious harm to cricket, SANEF requested the International Cricketing Council (ICC) and London-based News Media Coalition to support the Oz media protest.
SANEF said that this protest is similar to a protest called by English publishers when the BCCI introduced a ban on photo agencies during the recent English cricket tour of India.
Therefore, encouraged by our IT administration, we analysed the return on investment of the Talend solution, as well as the implications of changing tools: cost of transportation and migration, savings generated by giving up the licenses of the two old tools: all without a change-dedicated budget," explains Sylvain Davrou, head of the services centre department at Sanef. "In total, the maintenance costs (equipment and software) of the two former systems covered the sum of the Talend Integration Suite subscription for 3 years.