Five Enterprise Solutions Changing Business In Africa

The Enterprise Solution Award celebrates innovative ventures and services streamlining, improving and helping business across Africa. We take a look at the shortlisted Best Enterprise Solution Award finalists – Maria Ukpere.

What3Words aspires to Address the world by providing a really simple way to talk about location. They have divided the world into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and assigned each one a unique 3-word address. It means anyone can accurately find any location and share it more quickly, easily and with less ambiguity than any other system. The service can be used via the free mobile app or online map. It can also be built into any other app, platform or website, with just a few lines of code.

Flutterwave presents a modern payments infrastructure to power Africa’s digital economy offering solutions for organizations such as banks, enterprise and even entrepreneurs. Their mission is to enable global digital payments to Africa, changing the way the world does business with Africa and creating an infrastructure to power Africa’s growth in the 21st century.

Asoko Insight
Asoko Insight lets you access in-depth profiles on Africa’s leading private companies.
The platform performs numerous tasks which include assisting African companies in gaining global exposure to investors and corporates, helping users identify leads, research investment opportunities, monitor corporate developments and updating users on the latest business and economic stories through their news outlet (Asoko News)

Morpheus Commerce
Morpheus Commerce provides solutions to let technology do what it does best. Save your money, reduce your admin and be more productive. They do this by offering a cloud-based mobile Business 2 Business commerce that makes administration easier, less time consuming and frees your mind from unnecessary clutter and if you want to know more their website outlines all the benefits of working with them.

Snode Technologies
Snode is a data analytics business, which combines mathematics and machines to process enormous amounts of data to identify trends, anomalies and patterns of behaviour that were previously impossible to identify with a human eye. This enables leaders, across multiple industry sectors, to make well-informed business decisions.

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