Quickraiz, one of the biggest fundraising platform in Nigeria, has been launched by an indigenous company, Ativo Limited, a subsidiary of Electronic Payplus (Epayplus) Limited.
The launch, which took place in Lagos, was witnessed by captains of industry and other distinguished personalities.
According to the Chairman, Epayplus Ltd., Ade Adedeji, â€œAtivo Limited, is a technology company established to consistently deliver sustainable innovative interventions that create economic development. We are looking for societal problems that require technological solutions in every facet of the economy with the aim of creating opportunities, better lifestyle and convenience.â€
He noted that Quickraiz is the first product coming from the stable of Ativo Limited, and that it was â€œdesigned to create a marketplace where people with genuine causes meet the benevolence and support of individuals, groups and organisations.â€
He said with Quickraiz, individuals or corporate organisations with causes ranging from emergency support, medical funding, weddings, charity, education, political campaigns, memorials, alumni association contributions, sport funding, group gifting, travels and so on, could raise funds in an easy and secure online community.
â€œAs we unveil this solution today, the anxiety of no support at the most critical point of our lives is been eliminated. I therefore, encourage every one of us to support this solution by reaching out to our country men that will be needing your support when it arises and also rekindle the hope of many by encouraging them to launch that campaign on Quickraiz.â€
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Epayplus Ltd., Mr. Bayo Adeokun said Quickraiz, was designed to bridge the gap in the fundraising ecosystem of the economy with focus on crowd funding.
According to him, â€œOur focus has been towards providing a reliable, convenient and highly functional platform. We have generated several feedbacks through different mediums deliberately to feel the pulse of our would-be users and eventually used them as a vehicle to achieve top notch service.”