Finally, Kigali Has Solution For Plumbing Needs
Do you have broken taps, unplugged wires, and cables, or leaking sinks and tabs? TownConnect Rwanda is a digital tech App Solution that has a number of services for you.
The App has rolled out the Home and Office services that any ordinary person may need with just a click. Customers can find accredited Home and Office Service providers ranging from Fumigation, Carpentry, Cleaning, Painting, Plumbing, Electricals, Laundry, Computer Repairs and more.
The App is available on Google Play Store for Android users ( https://t.co/TA7Z28ARu3 ) or on AppleStore for IOS Users ( https://t.co/OHTsjKG1iF). For more information, you can reach the technical team on +250 787 643 380 or on www.townconnectrw.com, email@example.com
The App also offers more sophisticated services such as Visitor Management Solutionsthat is due to roll out first at Kigali Heights that will help the mall do away with Manual Registration Books at the premises used by security guards at the entrance.
The company said that this tool is very useful for lessening the risk of COVID-19 contagion and also offers a Digital Track Record of Visitors in case of any COVID-19 Case or security bleach at the premises.
“Among other solutions we have for the local market include, Corporate Workforce Management Solutions, Fleet Management Solutions, Inventory Solutions among others”, says Honorine Umutoni, the project manager of TownConnect Rwanda run by RG-Consult Inc.
Meanwhile, Umutoni, told Taarifa that TownLabour Technologies US, which owns TownConnect App, appointed Lacina Koné, the Director-General of Smart Africa Alliance to the Advisory Board of TownLabour Technology California to offer his advisory experience to the Board in his effort of digitizing Africa and seeing Smart Cities mission in Africa come to reality.
“We are honored to have Mr. Lucina Kone on board as we also now are officially subscribed members of Smart Africa Alliance. As TownConnect Rwanda, we believe in the mission of Smart Africa and therefore we wish to tap into the vast network of digital tech initiatives in the African market as we aim to transform communities and lives in Rwanda,” Umutoni said.