Geena app to ease access to real-time business intelligence data, inventory management
Xend Tech, a tech company emerging from the Southeast of Nigeria which created the first decentralised finance (DeFi) platform for credit unions in Africa, has yet again exhibited their commitment towards the development of business digitisation in Nigeria.
With the need to enhance productivity in the economy through business digitisation and its outputs, Xend Tech has made a huge innovation with its new product, Geena. Geena is a mobile-first business application through which business data can be accessible in digital form.
Mr. Ugo Aronu, Geena’s founder/Xend Tech Co-Founder, describes, “With this innovation, Geena will help business owners to do what they have always done, but using technology to make it more efficient. Geena does not change the business model, but improves the operational efficiency.”
With the advent of modern technology, it is a commendable development to have an application that adds new technologies to existing business models to make them operate better.
Mercy Emmanuel, Geena’s Growth Manager, agrees with this, she adds, “Improvement is always commendable, especially one that can convert analogue data into digital form, or turn physical paper into electronic files.
Business owners, especially those who operate retail businesses, find all the paperwork on data analytics irksome, and Geena gives them the medium to effectively carry out retail inventory management digitally.
I believe all businesses will be receptive to that level of ease.” The Geena app, which can be downloaded on the Android Play Store, and Apple App store, includes features that retailers can select to represent data on products, sales, stock, expenses, Orders, and customers.
All these features give business owners ease of access to the best business data tools and practices that will help them make more data-driven decisions.
With Geena, they will have a comprehensive view of their business’s data, which they can use to drive change, eliminate inefficiencies, and quickly adapt to market or supply changes.
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