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Olagunju Paul is the managing director of Sunnet Systems – a Pan African ICT firm is known for deploying technology solutions and services that enable growth and development.
The company also supports growth strategies through her top-notch solutions and services. Recently, the company won Customer Focused Technology Delivery Company Award and Paul spoke to chike onwuegbuchi on issues around Sunnet Systems’ efforts to revolutionize IT industry.
Aside describing information technology practitioner of non-CPN certification, or NCS membership an impostor, the Nigerian Computer Society (NCS) believes that professionals have not been given fair share of IT projects for implementation by successive governments in the country.
Professor Sola Aderounmu, NCS President said it has become imperative for anyone or corporate body bidding for ICT/IT projects must be a member of the professional body, as a measure to curb such projects failures in the country.
Debbie Mishael Consulting Limited, Nigeria has partnered with Ospreywood Labs Inc, Canada to bring this unique solution for sustainable living to the Nigerian people powered by a team of highly qualified engineers and scientists who are subject matter experts in their respective areas namely, Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace, Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, and Mechatronics Engineering disciplines with industry working experience of cumulative 250 plus human years.
Magnus Nmonwu, regional director for Sage West Africa, has reiterated the Company’s resolve to give ‘voice’ to entrepreneurs in West Africa through its robust accounting software.
He made the remark during an interview with Nigeria CommunicationsWeek in Lagos recently, adding that Sage’s decision to offer its software at a rate as low as N4000 was aimed at assisting entrepreneurs in the West African market leverage opportunities in their environment.
Oladipo Faulkner, country general manager for IBM Nigeria, has called for improved collaboration between the government, the local ICT industry and the foreign partners, as a critical step to actualizing robust local content development.
Faulkner made the remark in an interview with Nigeria CommunicationsWeek on the sidelines of the recent eNigeria held by the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) in Abuja, stating that globalization entails that nations depend on each other to harness its ICT potentials.
As mobility is the future of electronic banking, Dr. Yinka Adedeji, divisional head, Consumer and Digital Banking of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc., has disclosed the Bank’s unrelenting efforts to provide her millions of customers with improved and convenient channels for seamless transactions.
Olufemi Ake, country manager, ESET Nigeria and Ghana has called for comprehensive approach to combating and mitigating cybercrimes in the West Africa market, adding that focusing squarely on electronic financial (eFinancial) frauds to the expense of other sectors would create room for increased data/information loss by companies.
Ake, who spoke to Nigeria CommunicationsWeek in his office on the sideline of 2016 CyberXchange Conference said that Nigeria and neighbouring countries must step up cyber crime laws enforcement too.