In 2016, Iyin Aboyeyi left Andela to focus on building Flutterwave, a payments platform that allows merchants make and receive payments across multiple platforms. In the past two years, the company has grown to become one of Africa’s biggest payments technology companies.
Amidst recent developments in the company — conclusion of its Series A funding round, the stepping down of Iyin as CEO and appointment of former CTO Olugbenga Agboola as the new CEO — we took a tour of the Flutterwave office space.
Modupe Durosinmi-Etti, the company’s Developer Community Manager was our tour guide
Watch the video version of the tour here
Take a pictorial tour of the office space below.
The Waiting Area
The Bleacher Area
“Here, the Flutterwave team holds town hall meetings, stand up sessions, company-wide meetings and group photo sessions,” says Modupe.
The area also doubles as an additional work space away from the regular work area.
An extension of the area
Team work spaces
The core and finance teams work from this area of the space. This team of software engineers works on the core infrastructure of the Flutterwave platform.
As their name implies, the finance team handles the company’s finances
The settlement and customer success teams work from this area
The settlement team settles customer transactions and makes sure merchants receive their payments
The customer success teams are divided into Corporate and Retail teams.
The former deal with corporate clients, latter, with retail clients.
Just above is the developer team space
Call booths to make distraction-free calls and conferences
Operations, Sales and Integration Teams work from this area
The Sales Team works on acquiring new customers. They also work on relationship management.
“If an enterprise comes requesting to integrate Flutterwave into their business, the Integration Team takes care of that”
The colourful hallway
“Live, Work, Play”
The Leadership Team works from this space
The conference room
Faces of Flutterwave
That’s the end of the tour of Flutterwave’s innovative space. When you think of Flutterwave, you now know where all the magic happens.
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