AACS Consulting out with Votenapp
AACS Consulting, a management consulting company, launched the world’s first mobile voting app, Votenapp, in Lagos on Thursday.
The event which was held at the private cinema of The Lekki Coliseum in Lekki was witnessed by the cream of Nigeria’s business and entertainment communities.
While speaking about the app, AACS Consulting Founder and Chairman, Dr Falil Ayo Abina, said the production of the app was in line with AACS Creed to “think out of the box for unusual ideas and construct the capabilities to bring them to life. This will improve productivity and expand the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).”
Abina added, “The app is useful for reality shows, events, alumni elections, club elections etc. It would drive inclusion as members of any club or group will be able to participate in the affairs of their club irrespective of where they may be at any point in time. This would drive revenue and social interaction. This is a multi-vendor app and the first of its kind anywhere.”
Abina further explained that while the app was owned by Coliseum Digital, it was inspired by AACS Consulting.
According to him, the app is available on Google Play Store and Apple Store.
Commenting on the app, Mr Jimi Awosika, Vice Chairman, Troyka Group, praised the app and was confident of the opportunities it would bring. He also lauded AACS and Coliseum Digital for coming up with the app.
Other participants at the event including Mr Lanre Keleko, Dr Dare Akande, Chairman, Bellagio Air and Kizz Daniel, also praised AACS and Coliseum Digital for the innovative app.
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