Monday, December 07, 2015
JOVAGO wins NCC award for Best Use of Technology at NIMES 2015 @JovagoTravel
Africa’s N°1 hotel-booking website Jovago.com has won the prestigious award for Best Use of Technology at the Nigerian Mobile Economy Summit, NIMES 2015, which held at the MUSON Center over the weekend.
The category which was sponsored by the Nigeria Communications Commission, was created to promote and commend the excellent achievements stakeholders in the technology sector contribute towards building a sustainable economy.
Jovago.com, through the innovative deployment of efficient cyber operations and secure payment facilities, has been able to enhance the quality services clients receive, ensuring that partners and customers get great the best value on each investment.
While receiving the award on behalf of the company, Kushal Dutta, Managing Director of Jovago Nigeria said: “This is a great achievement for us especially. It is good to see that our efforts at improving the standard of e-commerce operations within Nigeria is recognized. At Jovago, we place key focus on delivering excellence to all our clients through our website and mobile platforms and this award by NCC will drive us to do more.”
As the first African company to partner with Google Hotel Ads, Jovago provides a vast portfolio of 8,000 hotels in Nigeria and over 200,000 hotels around the world at the best prices possible.
With the recent launch of its offices in Myannmar and Bangladesh, Jovago now has a global presence in more than 41 countries around the world.
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