Nigeria’s Kudi Metamorphosis into Nomba

Nigeria’s Kudi Metamorphosis into Nomba

Nigeria’s Kudi Metamorphosis into Nomba By Modupe Gbadeyanka

An African financial technology (fintech) company based in Nigeria, Kudi, has transformed into Nomba, an omnichannel payment platform providing tools to enable businesses to grow.

According to a statement issued by the firm, with Nomba, underserved and full-fledged businesses can self-onboard in five minutes and order a full-service integrated terminal and dashboard designed to manage all their payment needs whether in cash, cards, transfers, USSD or QR across multiple channels and locations.

It stated that over the next six months, the platform will extend the penetration of its POS terminals across the country, giving more businesses access to technology that delivers real-time oversight of all business transactions whether they are a one-man business or a corporate, all on one dashboard.

The company also plans to expand its product offerings into invoicing, payroll management and other tools that boost the productivity of businesses.

The Chief Executive Officer of Nomba, Yinka Adewale, while commenting on the development, stated that, “Since our launch in 2017, our technology and insights have enabled merchants to earn and build successful businesses, transforming their own lives and that of others.

“Today, complimentary regulatory frameworks and well-thought-out partnerships with financial institutions have synergized to create an enabling environment for fintechs to chart the future of payments, making access to digital payment solutions ubiquitous.

“Over the next five years, we will be leveraging these factors, as well as the experience and expertise Jeff and Tolu bring to deepen the penetration of digital payment solutions across the country, making payments easier for everyone.”

In the statement, the firm said to drive its expansion, two key new executives have been appointed and they are Jeffrey Williams as Vice President, Business, and Toluwani Ijogun as Vice President Brand, Marketing and Communications.

Harnessing their experience and expertise, Nomba, will accelerate its expansion across the country ensuring that over 350,000 businesses are equipped with all the tools required to run their businesses seamlessly, by the end of the year.

As VP, Brand Marketing and Communications, Toluwani Ijogun will be responsible for brand strategy, including all consumer, business-to-business and partner marketing activities that advance the company’s goals. She will also oversee all internal and external communications, insights and marketing capabilities and analytics for the brand.Toluwani brings with her over 15 years of experience managing premium brands such as Guaranty Trust Bank; GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Plc; Philips across West Africa; Eat N’ Go (owners of Domino’s Pizza […]

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