Zenith

Yudala

Featured post

CYSEC-NG 2017: Cyber Security experts converge in Lagos

ITRealms : The 2017 edition of the Cyber Security Challenge Nigeria (CYSEC NG), would gather cyber security experts for two days in La...

PC Summit

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Vodacom Business Nigeria names Lanre Kolade, new MD



Acclaimed total telecommunications provider, Vodacom Business Nigeria, has appointed Mr. Lanre Kolade as its new Managing Director, effective, April 1, 2016, reports ITRealms.
 
With this development, Mr. Kolade will take over from Mr. Guy Clarke who is leaving after eight years at the helm of affairs. Guy will return to South Africa to take up the role of Managing Director, Vodacom Business Africa.
ITRealms reports that Lanre has been in the telecoms industry for over 19 years and lately served as the Managing Director of Vodacom Business responsible for business growth in West, East and parts of Southern Africa excluding South Africa, Nigeria and Zambia. 
Lanre, a graduate from Obafemi Awolowo University, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa and the United Kingdom-based London Business School, is a seasoned and innovative business leader who is passionate about people and great customer service. 
ITRealms reports that Vodacom Business Nigeria provides innovative total communications solutions to enterprises in Nigeria, ranging from IPVPN, internet of things (IoT), cloud and hosting services, enterprise mobility applications that transform key value chains such as healthcare, agriculture and education. 
The Chairman of Vodacom Business Nigeria, Vuyani Jarana welcomed Lanre’s appointment, saying, “Lanre, has been a senior leader and key component of the succession management plan; he is a perfect choice to lead the company at a time when the Nigerian economy, like most African economies, is undergoing major difficulties”.  
Jarana also affirmed Vodacom Business Nigeria’s utmost confidence in Lanre’s ability to lead the company, his extensive experience and capacity to unlock further opportunities despite the difficult economic times.
Reacting, Lanre noted that Nigeria's economy is fast digitizing, and enterprises must invest in digital platforms that will enable them to capture the opportunities presented by a fast digitizing Nigerian consumer. He added that Vodacom Business Nigeria is well positioned to help enable enterprises in Nigeria to take advantage of opportunities brought by the digital economy. He is committed to delivering best customer service and innovation to Nigeria's business customers.

Nenye Dom/GEE  +Remmy Nweke (ITRealms)
ITREALMS ... everything news digitally!

1 comment:

aliya seen said...

The statement of purpose format is very valuable in business point of view. This just have great importance.