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Firm launches app for seamless logistics services

Firm launches app for seamless logistics services

Uleval Technology, a startup tech company, has announced its aim to tackle operational challenges through the introduction of its innovative Firazi Saas software. This, it said was in a to transform Nigeria’s logistics and haulage industry.

The cutting-edge technology promises to streamline operational delivery processes within the freight sector, addressing longstanding challenges with efficiency and transparency.

At the product launch event in Lagos, Adebisi Gbenga, managing partner of Uleval Technology, said the software platform is a solution developed with a deep understanding of the needs of both customers and businesses in the logistics services.

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“Firazi is an application built to solve the logistic complexity issues, as well as connecting businesses to individuals, and also, connecting business to business beyond the logistics space,” he stated.

According to Gbenga,” Over the past 5 years, we as a start-up have been on a journey of discovery birthing innovation, and developing apps aimed at boosting the economy.

“In our quest, we noticed a vacuum and the need for accountability, transparency, and flexibility in order fulfilment. And this vacuum birth Firazi”

Hence, the firm collaborates with businesses using the solution provider application on their platform for a smooth operational experience.

Gbenga added that Firazi is taking the weight load off the business owner which is the cost of having to hire an IT team, the cost of building an app from scratch, and about how much it is going to cost to run a company.

“You can jump on Firazi and right from there you can begin your business, he said.

Also, Adedeji Emmanuel, Firazi’s business consultant said that Firazi will give hands-on information regarding the assets, the staff, and how to manage existing assets you have, especially if you have a warehouse or run a logistics business.

“So, Firazi is going to help you save costs. It’s going to optimise your spending.

“And, for individuals who are going to be using our peer-to-peer app, it is going to put money into your pocket, and it is going to help you deliver your merchandise, or whatever you have to deliver globally, as quickly as possible, and in a safe manner,” Emmanuel said.

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In the same view, Dada Abiola Firazi’s analyst/advisor noted that the security features put into place in the production of the application include an encryption module and a tracking system already that has GPS in place.

“And this tracking system also considers the routes, right, because of traffic, and fuel consumption which makes the app a phenomenon,” she stated.