Unlocking eCommerce Growth Through Accelerated Reinvention in the Digital Age
As African countries increasingly embrace the expansion of digitization and products producing more access to the newer Internet of Things (IoT) technologies – one thing is clear, reinvention is possible for any sector.
Being digitally driven, the proficiencies of kiosk.app enables recorded data to predict what will sell for dukas and advise owners on what they should stock in order to increase their revenues and profits.
Kyosk.app is excited to be expanding service offerings, thus increasing efficiencies for both consumers and businesses through making access to micro-insurance products possible in addition to, coupled with affordable credit solutions for informal traders or rather, dukas, where owners are able to stock products for their stores and pay off their balances later.
SOURCE:Nigeria Communications Week
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