Mama Joy always has difficulty finding out how much profit she makes from her groceries business. She neither has an idea if she was running at a loss nor making profits coupled with her daily expenditures.
Stanz’s case is not any different as he always struggles calculating how much profit he makes from his sales. He also does not remember to restock some items in his store until customers come to demand such items.
Mrs. Oluwadare’s case is different as she is on top of her business, calculates her profits easily, tracks her stock and gets promptings through Veedez, a bookkeeping and inventory management app, that replaces the traditional paper and pen bookkeeping, which is unreliable and ineffective for her business. She is one of many operators of micro businesses that are benefitting from the growth opportunities business-to-business tech firms are offering their subscribers.
With technology, diverse businesses are getting relatable solutions to their challenges. They are being offered better ways of carrying out transactions and getting things done with an increasing profit.
During its Veedez app launch, Alerzo, a topmost business-to-business tech firm, said the business management app was designed to support micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) with easy-to-use bookkeeping and inventory tracking systems.
The Veedez app reinforces its mission of using technology to transform local businesses, and support small enterprises with the right digital tools.
With the app business owners can save time, get paid faster, and manage their business better and stress-free from their smartphones. With Veedez on their phones, MSMEs can easily create and send professional invoices to customers in seconds, record and receive payments for goods from customers instantly through any preferred payment option, including cash, card, POS or bank transfer.
“Ultimately, Veedez will increase the business management skills of these business owners and help them drive business growth by providing them with vital information and insights needed for scaling of their businesses,” Alerzo’s Group CEO, Adewale Opaleye stated.
Attesting to the benefits of the Veedez app, a subscriber on Alerzo shared: “They (Alerzo) introduced me to the Veedez app which has greatly aided me; I am now more at ease and I no longer track my stock on a piece of paper. Even when I am not in the store, the app alerts me when I am running low on supplies. I then contact my children to inform them of the shortage and advise them to place an order on the Alerzoshop app.”