Assessing on-demand services in one mobile application is the change NAIRAXI has brought to the tech World.
Before it was developed, essential mobile services like car-hailing and logistic services were identified with different brands but the developer of NAIRAXI has explained that the app was built to create a paradigm shift that provides all these services in one swoop.
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The Nigerian e-commerce sector was estimated to be worth US$13 billion in 2018 but one loophole identified affecting increase in sales by e-commerce businesses such as poor logistics management systems; traffic in major Nigerian cities, epileptic Internet services and non-responsive websites or systems, but a check on Google Playstore revealed that NAIRAXI application provides the hybrid of mobility, e-commerce and logistics services.
The CEO of NAIRAXI, Mr. Kingsley Eze at the launch of the app in Abuja took the audience through a practical presentation on the customer friendly interfaces of NAIRAXI most especially on its accessibility for users.
He also spoke on the extensive opportunities which the NAIRAXI application had been designed to create, especially for youth empowerment, “which will eventually translate to huge economic advancement in Nigeria.
Eze projected that 20, 000 Nigerian youths, annually, stand the chance of accessing means of livelihood through the platform just as he encouraged Nigerians to key into supporting “the indigenous innovation so as to improve our lives and the entire economy of the country.”
In his keynote address, the former governor of Zamfara State, Abdulaziz Yari, who was represented at the occasion commended the indigenous creativity of the innovative empowerment initiative in Nigeria and for Nigerians.
He emphasized on technology and youth empowerment, as a vehicle for sustainable development In Nigeria and assured the agency of HE Abdullaziz Yari’s commitment in promoting the sustainability of NAIRAXI Technology in Nigeria.