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Tech Firm Launches App To Aid SMEs

Tech Firm Launches App To Aid SMEs

Gatekeepers News reports that a financial technology (fintech) company, Ntisa Limited, has launched a retail management software solution in Lagos.

The solution, also known as Ntisa will enable small-scale business owners to manage all aspects of their business from sales-point to payment.

The application was locally developed with easy-to-use software whose content is fully local and also comes as an affordable end-to-end retail management software application.

Gatekeepers News reports that the app comes with some specific features such as inventory, dispatch, as well as business performance management.

The solution comes in different suites which are: Ntisa Point of Sales (POS), Ntisa Merchant App for administrative management, Ntisa e-commerce App for online transactions, and Ntisa dispatch management system.

Its Founder and Chief Strategist, Ifeanyi Amah, said the solution will enable customers to enjoy the high business value at the cheapest cost ever, due to its accessibility, since it runs on any smart mobile device.

Amah said, “Ntisa is a disruptive software solution that can be used to track delivery of goods and services, and could be used both online real-time as well as offline in areas where there is no internet connectivity.”

According to him, the high cost of Information Technology (IT) systems for keeping business records, high time consumption in business management, and the high skills required in using technology have been the challenges most businesses face in Nigeria.

Gatekeepers News reports that Amah stressed that the challenges have impacted so much in the financial record of businesses, including SMEs.

He added that most SMEs could not afford to invest in ‘expensive’ IT systems, and this has, therefore, deprived them of necessary support from financial institutions and government agencies.

According to him, the challenges have also contributed to their inability to analyse the performance of their business, which had led them to poor planning and decision making, and the inability to attract new customers outside their business locality.

He, however, noted that Ntisa software solution would address all the identified challenges, because of its affordability, easy access, and it also handles all business record keeping from ordering, through payment, and to delivery

Amah said, “The solution can be used by every small business such as eatery, saloon, boutique, pharmacy, among others, and it can migrate any SME from manual to digital in minutes, catapults SMEs into the e-commerce world, and helps SMEs grow customers and profitability.”

He thereafter, described Ntisa as a marketplace where people can find, order, and pay for goods and services; it could also serve as a tool for taking customer orders and receiving payments, a sales record book, and a dashboard to view business performance in different locations, from a single point of contact.

The Tech Founder added, “The solution can be used as a PoS to manage consistent retail processes across any channel, it could serve as a platform for online transactions, and it is a solution that can create products, manage inventories and avoid stock-out. It can simplify retail operations by using common commerce features like campaign, promotions and loyalty management.”

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