Retail distribution in Africa, in Cameroon especially relies on slow evolving technology. Small merchants, formal and informal, are the last mile between large retailers and their customers. Our goal is to free merchants from time-consuming operations, by giving them access to financial services at their fingertips.
Retailers in Cameroon
200 000 Businesses in Cameroon
800 000 Small Merchants
Merchant payments and financial services
In Africa, small businesses have always been the cornerstone of our socio-economic lives. In the age of mobile money, this is where we buy things, but also deposit and withdraw funds.
Our current quest is to provide a single platform, to get paid, pay others and earn money.
One platform, multiple functions
Merchants want to serve their customers quickly and accept all means of payment offered. With the funds received they buy inventory from their suppliers, add value and sell again.
With a single platform to conduct their operations, they can save time and operational costs.
Finance & engineering
From banking to the real African economy.
We come from investment banking, legal engineering, telecom and software. We have experienced payment barriers, especially for businesses, in our countries of origin.
We design our product like bankers would, and then we operate it with technology.
Reliability, security and trust
Trust is the central feature of all financial activity, no matter where. It is necessary to protect the integrity of the payment system for those who need it most.
We are committed to ensuring that our systems are protected, only authorized users have access and their activity is legal.
diool’s naming story
Diool, synonym of trade
Inspired by the fabulous history of trade in West and Central Africa, Diool takes its name from the Dioula language, spoken in many countries when it comes to buying or selling.
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