roHealth, the employee health benefits platform, has announced today that it is rebranding to become Motherboard, a comprehensive employee benefits platform for Africa.
After 2 years of operations, roHealth is expanding its horizons to include more employee benefits beyond health insurance. With this expansion comes a new name, new look, and a new product to better represent the company’s new direction.
The decision to expand stems from roHealth's commitment to cater to the evolving needs of Africa's dynamic workforce. With a drastic rise in cost of living across Africa, Motherboard comes as a timely solution, addressing a crucial need in today’s market.
Lekan Olude, Motherboard’s CEO and ex-co-founder of Jobberman, expressed his excitement for the company's future:
“We have seen first-hand the effects roHealth has had on employee health benefits for our users. Employers who use roHealth have shared stories of how it reduces costs for them while providing a better experience for employees. And now, they are asking questions about how they can replicate this effect outside healthcare.
These are the questions that we built Motherboard as the answer to. We had the expertise of solving this problem for health benefits – we just had to transfer that expertise to a wider range of benefits.”
Motherboard is set to be the #1 employee benefits platform for any company with African employees. With benefits across health insurance, food & groceries, transportation, and many more, Motherboard wants to enhance benefits access for employees and reduce employee retention costs for employers.
Motherboard boasts over 100 merchants on its platform (including players like Shoprite, Ebeano, FIlmhouse Cinemas, and 15+ HMOs), allowing employees to tailor their benefits to suit their unique needs within their employer's assigned budget.
Motherboard, formerly known as roHealth, is a comprehensive employee benefit management platform that empowers employers and employees across Africa. With a focus on enhancing benefits access and disbursement at lower costs, Motherboard is committed to revolutionizing the way employee benefits are managed and experienced.
Motherboard is also hosting an Ask Me Anything Session by 5pm on Thursday, August 10, 2023 where they will give a live demo and answer pressing questions about the rebrand.