Months after successfully implementing GIG Mobility, a platform that seamlessly drives the entire gamut of its operations, Nigeria’s foremost tech-driven transport company, GIGM, is cooking up something new.
This time, it’s the Enterprise Partner Model (EPM), a platform designed to encourage fresh investments into the industry and create value for discerning and smart investors. This much was revealed Thursday by the Chief Operating Officer, GIGM, Mrs Vuakpor Muoghere, at a pre-launch event which held at the company’s corporate Headquarters in Lekki, Lagos.
“The Enterprise Partner Model platform has been in incubation for months and we are set for launch shortly. The App is built to foster entrepreneurship for existing and intending business owners,” she said.
She added, “The new platform is geared towards alleviating the hassles of running traditional transportation while also ensuring profitability for existing and intending business owners.
“Through this innovation, our company would be offering investors who are interested in creating more wealth an opportunity to become entrepreneurs in the transportation business while riding on the brand equity provided by GIGM.”
Muoghere further unveiled the unique features of the platform in a demo.
The Enterprise Partner Model App, at launch, will empower the customer/entrepreneur with a seamless and hassle-free mode of tracking his/her investment as it offers the user the opportunity to track the number of active buses he/she has on the road, net income and daily expenses incurred on the business which offers an agreed sharing formular.
Enterprise Partners will also be able to track real-time, the status of their buses, the captain’s name (driver’s name), captain’s code, engine number, total trips and a record of the history of trips.
Other solutions offered by the app include; showing details of guests (passengers), trip record’s and booking details of guests on a daily basis on demand via a mobile device.
To be an Enterprise Partner, interested investors are expected to register a company, purchase no less than three transport model vehicles and ensure that the vehicles are comprehensively insured.
Successful applicants will then be officially registered on the Enterprise Partner Model application where the customer/entrepreneur will enjoy the unique benefits of the technology-powered solution.
Speaking on the sideline at the event, Muoghere said, “One unique benefit of the Enterprise Partner Model is transparency but most of all wealth creation.
“As GIGM evolves from a regular company to a transport platform, we believe that the Enterprise Partner Model is a pathway to dominance and wealth creation.”
Mrs Mouoghere is confident that the transport industry is about witnessing a revolution of some sort given the excitement already generated.
“A good number of people are beginning to show interest in the model according to our research. There are a lot of people searching for profitable ventures to invest in. The EPM model is just one big opportunity to invest wisely. There is a sizeable share of the market that will be interested in becoming an enterprise partner,” she said.
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