We are a full-stack team of developers and designers based in Nairobi and working all over Africa. We use a state-of-the-art technology stack to build mobile and desktop web applications. Fast!
Our developers and designers rank in the top 2% of talent in the region. We aim to build beautiful products
From idea to launch, we take a systematic approach to problem solving for quick results and pragmatic delivery
No code goes untested. Code reviews ensure that both our teams and clients can sleep easy without worry
We are lean in delivering products with simple, minimal design and optimised resources. No bloat, no waste
The opportunity and finance gap in Africa needs bridging. Kenyans being entrepreneurial in nature, are diligent in building businesses that...
Dairy is the largest agricultural activity in Kenya and ranks highly in Africa. With the milk deficit still very high,...
Agriculture as a critical backbone of the economy needs proper supply and distribution systems to provide inputs to farmers. Doing...
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I am always searching for the companies that can deliver the "tech" in FinTech... and Zegetech delivered
I love the zegetech team for their knowledge and expertise in payments and financial technology. The way they turned our ideas and input into a product was exceptional.
Zegetech is absolutely ambitious in their product scope. They work hard throughout their execution to deliver on their promise.
Good developers in the region are dime a dozen. I was happy to find, not just good but great software development from Zegetech. Rest assured, Zegetech delivers. Period!
Payment Solutions / SaaS / Mobile apps / Marketing sites / Internal apps
Kariuki Gathitu is the founder and lead system architect and software developer at Zege Technologies, an IT company that primarily builds software for mobile payments. He developed M-PAYER, a mobile payment management system that has been widely recognised locally and globally, and was also largely involved in the development of M-KESHO in 2010.
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