SMALL, medium and large scale businesses battered by the effects of the COVID-19 can be risen from the ashes through the deployment of requisite technology tools to adapt to the new world of work instigated by the virus, an indigenous technology firm, 21st Century has said.
Speaking during a virtual interaction with reporters during the unveiling of Konet, collaboration tool, its founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Wale Ajisebutu, said technology will help country to rebuild the damaged economy caused by the virus.
Ajisebutu said: “Our plan is to build an ecosystem to enable collaboration, most secure collaboration environment in businesses,add efficiencies to workflows and allow organisations make decisions quickly with customers, vendors and partners.
“Our ISO certifications make us top of the line globally however we’ve ensured that our services remain easily deployed and used by businesses.
He said Konet is a very secured platform with enterprise grade security features and compliance standards to prevent data loss, adding that it was designed to cater for the needs of SME and big businesses in the face the new normal occasioned by the impact of the virus.
Konet is a technology suite that empowers individuals, SMEs, startups and businesses to become more productive online. Its features include, but not limited to voice, video, live chat, file sharing with brand customisation.
Konet team lead, Ibukun Femi-Ajala, said the service is targeted at corporates, transportation, retail, hospitality, educational institutions, government and individuals, adding that with Konet’s seamless connectivity, brainstorming with teammates will be more productive.
He said: “Konet is more than just a collaboration tool and will become a technology marketplace. We have decided to launch first and then introduce other key features and products in batches.’’