SusuAI is a mobile-based artificial intelligence savings planner that helps users manage and automate all their bills.
Co-founded by I. Kennedy Yinusa and AbdulRasheed Lawal, it launched beta testing on April 4, 2017. The founders aim to create a seamless solution for billings management in Nigeria.
How to use SusuAI
SusuAI allows you submit your billing targets. Be it for house rent, school fees or utility bills, you include your due date, target amount (eg. N120,000), and savings/contribution model.
With these, SusuAI calculates the recurrent amount and cycle and notifies you when it’s time for each scheduled payment. Once contribution cycle is completed, SusuAI will seek your permission to push completed savings to specified account (e.g. My Landlord Account), and disbursement will be done instantly.
Another unique feature of the application is its Vault/Wallet. With this, users can easily monitor — from start to finish — how their funds move in each saving cycle.
For more ease of usage, the mobile app utilises the Facebook Messanger bot as a conversational tool. The Susuaibot interfaces with its backend to enhance consistent interaction. Hence, you can at any time request the status of any created plan and bot will return details.
Since the platform is still in its BETA stage, it is present only for Nigerians. However, the team plans to scale to other African countries soon.
Users can also make instant calls with humans for further assistance through the bot.
Do you find monitoring your billings frustrating? Let SusuAI take care of it. Visit the website to get started.
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