Punch||The Managing Director of Courteville Business Solutions Plc, Mr. Adebola Akindele, has urged policy makers, government institutions and private sector players to patronise business solutions being offered by indigenous firms to improve the economy.
According to him, through such opportunities, the nation will experience sustainable growth and development. Akindele, in a statement on Tuesday, said his company, for instance, had applied an online solution and technology in eradicating the bottleneck that once characterised motor vehicle administration in Nigeria.
He said the company had also successfully exported such technology to other parts of Africa. For instance, he said the Egole online marketing platform, a web-based portal that the company created, would allow various merchants of different categories, service providers and consumers to transact business online and real-time, noting it was a well thought-through platform that would guarantee both the merchants and consumers convenience.
He added that Courteville Business Solution aimed to diversify its portfolios with less attention on government projects and more focus on the private sector.
According to him, Courteville has also developed a marketing platform for all insurance houses to sell genuine insurance policies with the Auto Insure policy, which pays more claim than other third party policies, adding that most of the insurance companies in the country are already partnering with the company on the product.
He said that although the Auto Insure was not an insurance policy, it was a marketing platform created for insurance companies to market their insurance policies and programmes, explaining that the company came up with the system that would automate the process of issuing motor vehicle insurance like the process of issuing motor vehicle licence.
He explained that shareholders of the firm should expect more, as the company was continually working towards remaining the leader in its sector.