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ThitsaWorks
Financial services
FounderNyi Nyein Aye & Thynn Thynn Win
HeadquartersDiamond Condo, 1st Floor, Building (E), No 497, Pyay Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon 11041

ThitsaWorks is a Yangon based fintech company, that has launched data solutions for Microfinance Institutions.[1] Myanmar that provides critical regulatory technology, bringing direct benefits to both the financial industry and regulators. Its mission is to create a healthy and vibrant ecosystem of financial inclusion and in the process bringing honesty, professionalism and integrity to the sector.

History[edit]

ThitsaWorks was founded by Nyi Nyein Aye and Thynn Thynn Win in 2016. Nyi Nyein Aye has 20 years of experience at the United Nations Headquarters in New York in finance and technology. He received a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the Columbia University in New York and a Master of Science in Information Systems and Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Investment from the City University of New York. He is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of ThitsaWorks. Thynn Thynn Win has over 13 years of experience in the IT industry in the United States and Canada managing software development, data integration, business intelligence, and analytic projects. She received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from the City University of New York. In her last position, she led the business intelligence team at New York's largest health network providing data solutions to the entire community. She is the Chief Technology Officer of ThitsaWorks.

Products and Services[edit]

MCIX[edit]

MCIX is a product for Microfinance Institutions by ThitsaWorks. It provides data visualization tools that collect aggregated financial data pulled and consolidated from MFIs, allowing regulators to gather, monitor and analyze data with greater ease.

Musoni[edit]

ThitsaWorks is also partnered with an award-winning software called Musoni. Musoni is a cloud banking software for microfinance. Some features of Musoni are integration with mobile money, loan officer tablet app, and SMS module. Integration with mobile money enables clients to repay their loans and deposit their savings over their mobile phones. The loan officer tablet app improves loan officer efficiency and increases revenue. The SMS module sends personalized SMS messages to clients straight from the system.

Pite Pite[edit]

Pite Pite is a financial chatbot in Messenger. It is the bridge to financial information. Pite Pite can show repayment schedules and help locate the nearest microfinance lender. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It also has a Facebook page that regularly uploads content that helps educate people more about financial literacy. It has over 500,000 followers and a reach of 2.5 million people.

External Links[edit]

Official Website

MCIX

Musoni

Pite Pite

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kyi, Moh Moh. "Yangon Fintech Firm Launches Data Services in Bid to Modernise Microfinance". Myanmar Business Today. Retrieved 1 July 2019.