An Information Technology (IT) firm, International Labour Reward (ILR) Group of Companies on Saturday unveiled ILR Biz App, a multi-solution provider business hub app to facilitate and promote e-commerce, telecommunications and agriculture.
Speaking at the launch of the App in Lagos, Mr Michael Oluwafemi, the Group Managing Director of the company, said the firm was poised at deepening financial technology of the country and reward users accordingly.
Oluwafemi said that what differentiated the ILR mobile app from other financial apps was that it ensured that users were rewarded with whatever transactions they used the app for within and outside the country.
According to him, anyone that registers and uses the platform for transactions will get value for using it from whatever that accrues to the firm more than whatever any banking app could offer.
“ILR is a global project. Today, we are launching our new solution product called ILR Biz. It is a mobile application solution that provides solutions to all essential services and needs of the people.
“It is an all-inclusive reward system for all transactions done on the app. It is not networking or multi-level marketing but a reward system.
“All we want to do is to make life better for people and ensure users get better value for all they do.
“You get rewarded for making use of the platform and if you convince another person to join in using the app, you also get rewarded.
“ILR is a registered organisation with group of companies, the firm focuses on production, processing and distribution.
“The organisation currently operates in these major sectors: Agriculture, real estate, printing press, super markets, engineering services, telecommunications, recharge services, cooperatives society.
“All we need to do is to download ILR app on Google play Store on mobile phone to get started, register for free but activate with N3,000 which covers a debit card valid for three years,” Oluwafemi said.
According to him, the app is an all in one business platform that provides users with efficient value added services which include e-commerce, agro mart, recharge services, sending money, real estate among others.
The director said that the firm’s objective was to create a global community with the mission to provide the needs of its community and also feed them through agricultural programmes.
He said that the firm also aimed at providing jobs for the teaming youths of the country and also contributed to the national development of the country.
He said that the firm was not a pyramid scheme or networking or multi-level marketing but only provided a platform to reward anybody in the community with a token which could be moved into a wallet system for cashing or investment purposes.
“You can create money for yourself on this platform and send money from the wallet to anyone anywhere at just N50 per transaction,” he said.
He added that the firm also had POS services with several POS agents.
Contributing, Mr Hakeem Abdulkareem, the ILR Director of ICT and Cyber Security said that the app was changing the situation where winners take it all in other apps used for financial transactions by ensuring users get rewarded.
According to Abdulkareem, as ILR gets profit, people using the platform are also rewarded, saying every token given to users as reward can be moved into wallet system and virtual account for transactions, investment, cashing or transfer to people.
Edited by Maureen Atuonwu
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