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Thursday, March 17, 2016

NCS chapter lauds Okeremi, Yusuf on IT professionalism



The Ogun State chapter of the Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), has lauded Information Technology (IT) professionals, especially Messrs Yele Okeremi and Niyi Yusuf, for their outstanding roles in the today Nigeria, reports ITRealms.

Mr. Okeremi, ITRealms gathered is the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer (MD/CEO) of Precise Financial Systems (PFS), while Mr. Yusuf is the Managing Director of Accenture Nigeria.

According to the Ogun State NCS, chairman, Dr. Bukola Onashoga, the “recognition is in respect of the benchmark the individuals have set for IT excellence, leadership and vision actualization among IT industries and the community.”

He pointed out that under the leadership of Okeremi, PFS handled cheque truncation exercise for Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System [NIBSS] and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which has ensured that cheque clearing, is seamless. Aside, one of the company’s products, Clirec, is the foundation of accurate reconciliation in the banking sector; as 12 banks in Nigeria, 46 institutions in other sectors of the national economy, and over 34 institutions in Africa deployed the solution.

Onashoga also noted that at Accenture, Mr. Yusuf occupied a big position in the IT space and has deployed IT to achieve success for several projects and systems improvement. He has managed the implementation and delivery of many turnkey projects for clients in various industries spanning manufacturing, oil and gas, banking, insurance and public sector.

She informed that Ogun State chapter’s programme is a biennial event by NCS where personalities and corporate bodies are celebrated for their involvement and outstanding achievements in IT development in the state and national level. 
 
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