Quickraiz, Nigeria’s foremost crowdfunding platform, has been recognised as the inaugural winner of the Best Fundraising Management Platform at the 2019 edition of Inclusive Finance Nigeria Conference and Awards (IFINCA) hosted in Lagos.
The award is an endorsement of the company’s commitment and investment in creating a veritable platform for Nigerians to be their brothers’ keeper.
IFINCA is the organiser of the Lagos Fintech Week, an annual event that brings together Africa’s big names in fintech to rub minds on issues of common interest.
The Managing Director of Ativo Limited, owners of Quickraiz, Mr. Bayo Adeokun, expressed delight at the award and having his company as the pioneer recipient of the Best Fundraising Management Platform 2019.
“This recognition means a lot to us and we use this opportunity to thank the organisers of the award. More importantly, the recognition is a strong testament to our company’s resilience and attachment to innovation,” Adeokun said.
Ativo’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Remi Jibodu said of the award: “I’m particularly thrilled about the award. It is the culmination of our dedication and drive towards improving the way we raise and donate funds for humanitarian, social and civil causes.”
Jibodu said the award will serve as further motivation for him and his team to continue to help fellow citizens who are in need in order to meet their expectation, using innovative technology that is transparent and easy to use.
Quickraiz started operation in July 2018 and currently the platform of choice for crowdfunding and fundraising, with over 500 campaigns and about a million unique users.
The platform prides itself as the only crowdfunding platform in Nigeria to be certified as a Payment Card Industry and Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliant, a set of security standards designed to ensure that all companies that accept, process, store or transmit credit/debit card information maintain a high secure environment.