Nigerian B2B e-commerce startup Omnibiz launches new merchandise

Nigerian startup Omnibiz, a B2B e-commerce platform that connects producers and distributors of fast-moving client items (FMCG) to retailers, has launched a purchase now, pay later product alongside a brand new book-keeping software.

Based in June 2019 by Deepankar Rustagi, Omnibiz permits retailers to position orders at their comfort and have items delivered to their doorstep with zero supply prices. Retailers can replenish their retailers utilizing the corporate’s cellular apps, WhatsApp channel, or a devoted care quantity. 

The startup raised a US$3 million seed funding spherical in August, and has now added two new merchandise to its bouquet. The purchase now, pay later function helps retailers scale their companies quicker by offering them with credit score choices, whereas it has additionally launched MyStore, a book-keeping software for retailers.

“With the introduction of MyStore app, retailers can now exchange the normal paper-based book-keeping with the automated book-keeping app. This app will assist retailers document their gross sales and measure their revenue. They can even have the ability to handle their inventory stock successfully and monitor their prospects with the app. There’s additionally the benefit of having the ability to handle their shops on-line with the app when they aren’t bodily current at their areas,” stated Omnibiz chief govt officer (CEO) Deepankar Rustagi.


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