Yippee! I am so glad we were able to rapidly deploy Comeriver Workplace Software Suite. Many thanks to God for the grace given to me and everyone who worked on the development team. Though it was a long overdue task, I must say the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak was just the valid ginger needed to expedite development.

My work in the recent years have made me believe we need to do better to help our corporate workforce be efficient and productive. I’ve seen many employees abandon their work and do the unthinkable - abusing the team resources like internet connectivity and digital devices. Some watch movies, download games, apply for another job, chat with friends and waste away precious time and resources the employer has allocated to get work done. 

When team members are not doing what they are hired to do, everyone loses. The team member will miss out on the relevant work experiences they could have gathered while the team will suffer losses in achieving their goals. Such waste of time and resources can be attributed to why there is so much rot in our society. 

Now with Comeriver Workplace, businesses and teams; especially those that their team members use computer for work can now take advantage of technology to ensure productivity. To learn more about the software and how it works, please visit workplace.comeriver.com

Who Built the Software?

Meanwhile, it is very important for me to appreciate the team that worked on this; Ayo (my half namesake) - a recent graduate of The Polytechnic, Ibadan wrote the first lines of code and the designed the software architecture. Malik - a student on Industrial Training from The Bells University designed/wrote the client login interphase. They both are Software Development Interns at Comeriver using C#/.Net and PageCarton to do the magic. 

Tolulope Ogundiji is the worthy mentor on the project, providing guidance and technical assistant to the interns. His help was instrumental to this fast deployment. Kudos to you friend. I also wrote a little code there. Haha 😂. The software is open source, so the codes are hosted on GitHub. Though most users will prefer to use the hosted version which is on our website for a fee. 

Now you can help us out by spreading the word about this solution. Most companies/organizations and governments need software like this to ensure productivity. 

What Would it Cost to Use ComeRiver Workplace?

The pricing is so affordable that the madam selling Akara on the street can pay effortlessly. The cost right now is ₦20 per hour and it is post paid, meaning that you use it first before you pay. So for a team that has four members, if the team works average of 5 hours per day, the daily rates will be:

20 x 5 x 4 = ₦400 per day. 

Though all payments are deferred until the end of the month. I believe 400 naira is nothing compared to what the team will gain when they are efficient and productive.

To encourage those who want to help us share this message, I’ll have an offer that will pay such person handsomely for up to one year by just referring us to someone who will subscribe to our services. Up to 20 percent on the subscription payments for a year will go into referrals. 

Imagine how much one would earn if they refer clients totally 100 team members or more. That’s about 10k per day residual income that’s guaranteed for a year. My DM is open for business for anyone interested in this. 

What about Comeriver Mail?

Remember, today being April 1st, we have previously announced we will be launching Comeriver Mail - the first Nigerian indigenous email service? Well, Workplace is taking it's place in the scheme of things now LOL. A new date will be announced soon to launch the email service; apologies for those on the waiting list.

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