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X-agon Digital Solutions Launches AnyworkX to Tap into Africa’s E-commerce Boom

X-agon Digital Solutions Launches AnyworkX to Tap into Africa's E-commerce Boom (PHOTO: Techeconomy)
X-agon Digital Solutions Launches AnyworkX to Tap into Africa's E-commerce Boom (PHOTO: Techeconomy)

In a move to harness the projected $40.80 billion e-commerce market in Africa by 2023, X-agon Digital Solutions Limited has released AnyworkX, its inaugural product.

This e-service ordering app positions itself as a game-changer in connecting verified service providers with customers across the continent.

At X-agon, our aim is to create a borderless marketplace for service providers, enhancing their revenue opportunities in a diverse range of sectors,” shared Bolaji Abdullahi Bayo Tijani, the Executive Director of Product and Strategy at X-agon Digital Solutions Limited, during a recent media briefing in Lagos.

Tijani emphasized the urgency and necessity of AnyworkX in addressing economic challenges, stating, “Considering the increasing cost of living across the globe, it has become imperative for everyone in the economically productive demographic to reduce idle time and earn more money.

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The executive director highlighted the app’s focus on services, clarifying, “AnyworkX is strictly for services, while emphasizing that it is not a marketplace for commodities.” He detailed the app’s extensive scope, covering over 200 different service categories, from dog training to legal services and beyond.

AnyworkX is positioned to revolutionize the traditional methods of finding service providers in Africa, where 41% of internet users have made online purchases.

Bolaji Abdullahi outlined the challenges faced by individuals, stating, “Traditional methods of finding service providers are time-consuming, unreliable, and often lack the desired quality. AnyworkX is here to change that.

The app introduces a centralized marketplace accessible through a user-friendly mobile interface, encompassing features such as verified service providers, efficient matching, secure payment systems, and a robust rating and review system.

Our vision is to be the leading e-ordering app in Africa by 2025,” Bolaji Abdullahi emphasized, underscoring the transformative and inclusive platform’s potential impact on economic growth across the continent.

As AnyworkX prepares for expansion, aligning with the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, it aspires to facilitate seamless service exchanges across borders, contributing to a 24/7 economy in safe environments.

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Written by Ayodeji Ayenuwa

Well, My name is there already, I'm a student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, studying Mass Communication: Public Relations and Advertising.

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