In Nigeria, managing a business can occasionally be difficult. This is largely because of the numerous problems that the nation is experiencing. Many small and medium-sized business owners have struggled over the years to remain in operation due to problems with insecurity, a lack of qualified workers, bad infrastructure, insufficient infrastructure, and ongoing devaluation of the naira.
A small percentage of business owners have successfully managed their companies with the aid of the numerous tech applications developed by some of these Nigerian tech eggheads who are well aware of the everyday hardships faced by the majority of business owners in the nation since the advent of new tech heads in the nation.
Here are three indispensable Nigerian-made apps that every company owner should own in honor of National Technology Day.
Calendly, which was established by Tope Awobona in 2013, helps you automate and keep track of your meetings. This app eliminates the need for numerous emails to schedule client meetings. Calendly also works with your phone and laptop and can be utilized on other platforms such as Gmail, Slack, LinkedIn Messaging, Recruiter, Zoom, Hubspot, Sales Navigator, and Mailchimp.
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Every business owner places financial stability high on their priority list. Kennedy Ekezie-Joseph founded Kippa in 2021, which can be used as a bank account, a bookkeeping app, and to manage any type of business goods.
This tool easily handles the tracking of sales, expenses, and debt for firms that struggle with it.
The Kippa software may be used to make and deliver invoices as well as digital receipts to customers for businesses that run mostly online. Due to its automated capabilities, the app also helps with debt recovery by sending notifications to customers who owe such firms.
Ezra Olubi and Shola Akinlade, who founded Paystack in 2015, serve both domestic and foreign companies. It enables clients of such businesses the possibility to make payments using either their foreign bank cards or via Apple Pay as well as an option to display prices in USD.
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