Nigeria’s SOP Notify Launches at TechCrunch Disrupt


sop-bannerNigeria’s SOP notify, an independent power monitoring service has launched at TechCrunch Disrupt in a move to solve the blackout problem in Africa, begining from Nigeria.

According to Toks Ogun, the CEO, the real-time electricity monitoring service “SOP Notify” State of Power and Notify came up due to an increasing need to know about the power near their office and has since branched out to keep users informed about power in their neighborhoods and the power industry as a whole.

SOP Notify sends users notifications when the state of power changes in their community; it cumulates total number of hours of power and also serves as a platform of communication between consumers and the power companies. It has no affiliation to the government but is an independent power monitoring service created to provide real-time power outage notifications and bridge the communication gap between you the user and your power company.

SOP Notify is available on iOS, Android, and Blackberry and users can also get alerts via mobile web, SMS, email, and Social Media.