FMCG’s Product Survey Challenge- Any Solutions?
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FMCG’s Product Survey Challenge- Any Solutions?

by Seamfix

Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) are generally considered by economists as an integral part of the story for Africa’s fast rising socio-economically. The FMCG is also arguably one the largest industries globally, thriving on meeting consumers constantly changing needs. Thus, product surveys are constantly done,  studying the market for Customer Knowledge/preference, to enable targeted manufacture and distribution of goods. Achieving this customer knowledge involves doing Below-the-line marketing, surveys, questionnaires, etc.

The Challenge of the market is the limited platforms available today are expensive and not easily configurable to meet the exact needs of each of these FMCGs. Thus they engage more in below-the-line-marketing. One of the major characteristics of below-the-line marketing is the engagement of customers on a one to one basis and the engagement with people in rural areas. These FMCGs always end up with systems which must be connected to the internet to use, thereby making it difficult for them to connect with those in the rural areas.

Furthermore, some of these FMCGs will prefer to migrate these data after capture to their 3rd party analytic systems for further analysis but cannot; as what is available wouldn’t permit data transfer and retrieval using APIs.


Solutions have seemed utopian until BioRegistra. BioRegistra is the Solution of Product Survey data collection. BioRegistra is a textual data capture system, that can be used online and offline, and allows data retrieval with its set of API.

What this means is that users can configure textual information, publish a link for users to fill out the form or do the data survey capture themselves using the windows and android capture apps. The owners of such published projects can then run a report of these captured records and view analytics from the portal. This enables them to make informed decisions easily.

Users are also able to capture data even in remote/rural areas where there are no network connections. This data comfortably sits on the device and gets synced to the backend whenever the user has a network. Data captured can then be easily integrated to other systems for further use, or reports generated and exported in multiple formats.

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How Security Services Companies can Leverage on BioRegistra

by Seamfix


Security Services Companies offer different security services, one of which is recruiting and outsourcing security operatives to Individuals and Corporates. As part of its processes, they recruit staff, train and send them to other companies, and from time to time need to verify that personnel seen on site are actually recruited by them and not impersonators and that they attend work daily.



Here lies the challenge; recruiting these staff means their data needs to be captured and printed for ID card issuance. Also, identifying these operatives after they have been deployed can prove difficult as impersonators can easily assume the identity of an operative – the sites just assume the Security service company has replaced or added a new operative. Furthermore, it becomes a problem for these operatives to be tracked. At the end of the month, the Security service company is expected to submit a report of their operatives’ attendance. With sites scattered all over the country, it’s nearly impossible to always do physical checks and is inconsistent and inefficient too.



The simple solution to this is BioRegistra. BioRegistra’s registration, identification, time and attendance functionalities enable it to solve these problems easily.

With BioRegistra, Security service companies can create registration projects that can be used to capture all her operatives using the Android or Windows desktop capture apps. These data can then be retrieved using API to be printed on an ID card printer. The system also ensures that the quality of the captured portrait is checked real time to ensure it meets ID card standard.

Subsequently, users will be required to clock in and out of work every day using either their fingerprint, their live selfie or a unique ID assigned to them after they have been captured, this can then be run at the end of a month to get the report of their attendance from the BioRegistra portal regardless of their location.