As the age of digital technology has progressed, more businesses have girded their operations on web-based and automated systems. The general turn in this direction has been nothing short of a revolution; whole industries have been disrupted and transformed, and new ones have arisen.
Technology solutions providers have assisted this shift the world over. In Nigeria, companies like Vatebra are helping to lift businesses further into the ‘new way’ (which, thanks to the sped-up pace of things, isn’t so new anymore), with such things as payments systems, staff and process management software, and the cloud. They’re supplying small, medium and large scale enterprises with the solutions they need to be competitive in today’s digitally driven world.
Until recently, Vatebra was known as Fleet technologies. If you’ve been watching Nigeria’s tech scene for at least a few years, you’ve almost certainly heard about them. Although there’s been a change of name- which came with a rebrand in 2016 –they’ve maintained the trust of many emerging enterprises and large corporations which depend on them for cutting edge technological solutions.
The services they offer are intended to keep the typical contemporary business standing on firm feet- as the name Vatebra, derived from ‘vertebra’, suggests. Whether those support structures are e-procurement and online advert management portals or information housing systems, they can be provided by the Vatebra team. They also help set up education portals, computer-based testing, biometrics, e-payments and a host of other solutions.
One of the products offered by this brand is a survey portal, which allows businesses and other organizations to build and distribute questionnaires, collect survey responses, and analyze survey results. This sort of tool is being used more often and by a wider spread of groups seeking insights into the composition and habits of their customer base and target audiences.
There’s also an employee performance and appraisal system which lets companies track the output of their staff, as defined by metrics they (the client company) choose. And if such establishments want to simplify the human resource management side of their operations, they could order an HR software product from
This brand’s array of problem-solving kits extends beyond watching workers and storing their information. Other applications available on their shelves include an asset management product, which makes companies able to keep tabs of their assets; an electronic document management system; and a service that allows its users maintain a hold of the adverts they put up across various online channels.
E-commerce businesses and others which rely on digital payments solutions to carry out financial transactions can have these applications plugged into their platforms by Vatebra. The brand has a number of these solutions as part of its suite of products. They also have a utility payment system which facilitates the payment of electricity charges.
Since its founding in 2003, Vatebra has seen its customer base grow to include banks, energy companies, educational and professional bodies, and regulatory agencies in the public sector. This growth has also occurred in geographical terms. Besides a local presence defined by offices in Lagos and Abuja, it has extended its operations to other countries on the African continent. It has a branch in Accra, Ghana, and in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city.
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