One of Africa’s top technologically focused market place for founders, GetFundedAfrica, has collaborated with Uqudo which is one of EMEA’s most inceptive digital identity companies, to raise digital identity and technological growth on the African continent.

The tech company links African founders with world wide teachers, instructors, governments, investors and corporates. Its commune extols over 2,500 startups and fifty thousand small medium enterprises over the African continent.

Uqudo has had a wide status executing projects for enterprise customers, policy dictators and governments in addition to using up the previous few years collaborating with upcoming organisations and top- developing ones to bring about one of a kind onboarding and eKYC technology that propels scale, regulatory acquiescence and operational effectiveness. Its goal is to create trust and openness to a rising digital circle by creating an identity stratum.

The pact will ensure Uqudo help GetFundedAfrica’s large community network with its digital identity foundation. In consequence, changing into a sturdy value of GetFundedAfrica’s technological platform and assisting in the unfolding of its market place.

GetFundedAfrica will perform an important part in supporting Uqudo to link with new companies, associates and partners in preparation of creating a digital identity for Africa.

Uqudo will give thorough digital onboarding for every new companies who need assistance on the GetFundedAfrica’s platform. With swift digitisation and entrance of smartphones over Africa, thorough digital orientation has become an essential demand for startups to effectively scale. 

As identity theft and deception are on the increase, upcoming organisations on the GetFundedAfrica’s platform will be able to perform with a leader in ID & V that can aid their development journeys, nationally and internationally while safeguarding them from market risks. The two parties will control individual strengths and skills to attain a common goal.

Ajayi Taiye
Ajayi Taiye
Ajayi Taiye is a writer at Insight.ng helping to spread informative news to the public. Specializing in content writing, Taiye uses that experience to bring light to the African business news. Other times, Taiye loves getting creative with the keyboard and adding to the number of companions around her.

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