Bizshield Mobile prelaunches website, app in Lagos for businesses
Bizshield Mobile, a website and an app has prelaunched into the Nigerian market to seamlessly connect users to online businesses across Africa.
The mobile app is a combination of social media platforms and a global e-commerce site that is better and easier to operate for all business activities.
Bizshield is a website that comes with an app and other benefits. It can accommodate 100 million subscribers and 50 million users simultaneously.
“The app is specifically designed for the day to day online running of businesses in Africa with the understanding of the business terrains and accommodation of the related problems,” Temitope Tolani Akintunde, founder and CEO of Bizshield said at the prelaunch.
“We are focused on solving business issues for all classes in Africa, thus all businesses operating in Africa can use our platform and this is the same for consumers, as they are guaranteed a trustworthy transaction anytime they buy from our app,” she said.
Akintunde said that the app was borne out of the need to address a personal challenge and prevent scammers from defrauding people of their hard-earned money.
She further said that the app is expected to boost businesses registered on the platform by 45percent within seven weeks of its launch.
“With our innovative 4 in 1 app, Bizshield Africa will help lots of businesses in Africa especially in Nigeria to flourish and thrive more online,” she further said.
“The platform provides subscribers with a platform that delivers at ease the services of a website, social media, and user-friendly interface designed to allow users have a wonderful experience while surfing through pages of subscribers and more,” she explains.
She added that the app is designed to grant users all features of social media platforms such as following, likes, comment, save, tag and search among others.
Similarly, it is designed as a standard website where details, colours, pricing, rating, buy now, add to cart, make payment and waybill tracking among others can be done by the sellers and buyers, she said.
She called on business owners in Africa to come on board at a discount on the prelaunch subscription fee.
“Subscription fee of N40,000 would be charged for subscription upon launch of the app come March 2020 but a prelaunch subscription fee of N14,440 is currently available for early subscribers who would like to register now,” the chief executive said.
She noted that a mechanism has been incorporated for verification tags for subscribers. “A business subscriber’s account only gets verified as a trusted and authentic African seller after providing certain documents to us.”
She stated that businesses just need to subscriber and create their accounts on the app as well as upload their goods and services with details on the platform with customers having access to their existing website and social media accounts.
On the security of the app, she says that the service cannot malfunction or be down as it is being developed programmed in the UK as well as hosted and managed by experts who have been engaged to allow a free flow of transactions.
The app can be downloaded on google play store.