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Weco, Cisco seek seamless B2B connectivity


The duo of Cisco Systems and Weco Systems International have canvassed for seamless business to business connectivity so as to improve service delivery, reports ITRealms.

This was the submission of experts from both companies at a training tagged “delivering better value with intelligent mobility" held in Lagos.

The training attended by heads of information technology and other IT experts from financial institutions, telecommunications, oil and gas and other service providers, saw the Systems and Solution, Mobility/MPLS Manager, Weco Systems Limited, Omotunde Ogunbiyi disclosed that, businesses are looking for new and smart ways to connect with people, processes, data, and provide advanced intelligence, efficiency security. 

“It is about connecting experiences and operational efficiencies while supporting bring your own device (BYOD) and the Internet of Everything (IoE),” he said.

Also, he said, Enterprise mobility services (EMS) facilitate network access, Mobility for work-force, IP Telephony, Digital Media Streaming, video services, Location Services, Biometrics, Assets tracking services and much more. 

“The fourth industrial revolution has created a new landscape for organizations; new business challenges and competition are coming up as well. It is a platform for businesses to provide seamless connectivity to business resources for more productivity and smarter decision making.

“Enterprise Mobility Management facilitates swifter roll out of business applications and services as secured connection is provided for users and technology systems alike. Enterprise wireless technology has evolved over the years from ordinary wireless access media to highly secure enterprise mobility networks. The mobility concept has reduced the operating expenditure for building structured cabling and the clumsiness that old cabling systems can cause in an organization.” Omotunde revealed.

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Pix: (L-R) Chief Operating Officer, Weco Systems International Limited. Nnamdi Onyebuchi; Territory Business Manager Sales, Cisco Systems, Eberechi Nkoro; Telecom / Network Officer, Diamond Bank, Charles Ifinedo and Solutions Manager, Mobility and MPLS Omotunde Ogunbiyi, of Weco Systems during  Weco/Cisco Enterprise Mobility Workshop in. Lagos

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