At the first year anniversary of CarXie mobile app, the firm has promised to improve its service offerings across all areas of operations.
At the anniversary celebration in held Lagos, with the theme: “Perseverance, the soul of digital transformation,” it had in attendance, young entrepreneurs from transportation, ICT, finance, estate, haulage/logistics, and aviation.
The Operations Director of the Dukan Group, promoters of the CarXie Mobile App, Chinedu Amadi, said the market is dominated by two multinationals, which use their huge financial and administrative muscle to offer rates and promos that are often unmatchable by indigenous companies.
Amadi said this has resulted in a high mortality rate for local investments in a market that has apparently no regulators.
In the keynote, titled: “The Wheel of Success in a Digital Economy,” presented by Jude C. Ayoka, Founder of Seed Foundation, he identified the four drivers of business transformation as vision, culture, processes, and technology.
Ayoka noted that the center of every successful digital transformation is an inspiring vision. He argued that technology is an enabler, which gives power but it does not tell what to do with the power. “Your vision tells you what to do with power. Profit is a by-product of value creation,” he stressed.
Ayoka traced the transformation process from determining the Most Valuable Product (MVP) to deploying the Digital Awesome Product (DAP).
The DAP would help a product like CarXie Mobile App to build and release incremental modules, maybe fail fast, learn and improve while building a digital team. At that point, CarXie could create a system that continuously offers benefits to the members of the ecosystem.