Hello world, have you seen the new OPay logo? It’s modern and impeccable per the FinTech service provider’s half-a-decade flawless impact in Nigeria’s financial habitation— Techbooky Africa reports in celebration of Opay’s 5-year-long FinTech solutions in the country.
The anniversary celebration is as significant as the FinTech company’s status that prominently frontiers leading innovation focused on custom-made financial inclusion per its robust target market that comprises agents, individuals, merchants, and other business-inclined users seeking seamless day-to-day financial services.
What do you think of this? Opay anniversary has brought about some exciting changes to rebrand the FinTech company’s appearance and a customized identity/logo after five years of service and to look “Opay—cool” by the decade.
In the spirit of the anniversary celebration, the company has just unveiled a new logo, which I must say looks quite sleek, modern, and similar to the previous design which references the FinTech start-up commitment to becoming a juggernaut technology company in the nearest future arc to the decade timing or next.
Opay’s comment about its new logo introduced to thrill its anniversary celebration reflects the company’s commitment to innovation and staying ahead of both the elastic and inelastic arc curve in the competitive market of financial technology.
As a user of OPay myself, I’m curious to see what other updates and improvements the company has in store to preserve its domineering FinTech status that is yet to record a data breach, experience bankruptcy, business capital/equity mismanagement, or something much worse.
Opay has reportedly tweaked its proprietary infrastructure to broadly cohort FinTech solutions accessible to electronic payment and collection developed and modified overtime to a user-friendly FinTech infrastructure in the space of five years.
However, the FinTech celebrity to keep up with its promising commitment projectile to frontier a new dawn of FinTech innovation cohort mishmash with enhanced services, and technological advancement.
It’s a no-brainer the five-year-old FinTech celebrant is among the leading FinTech service providers in Nigeria with a reliable network that completes users transaction instantaneously — Opay is keen on preserving its status in the country to be the next platform on the number one spot.