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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

CA boss assures DCC on world class delivery

Remmy Nweke

COUNTRY Manager, Computer Associates (CA), Mr. Gary Lawrence, has assured a Computer Warehouse subsidiary, the DCC Satellite and Networks Limited of the firm’s support to ensure the delivery of world-class services on management software tools.

Mr. Lawrence, gave this assurance in Lagos at a recent signing of a partnership deal.
Giving highlights of the deal, Mr. Lawrence said, DCC would provide the local support by providing the local market all the expertise needed.

"And would be supporting DCC to deliver a world class offering," he declared, stressing that the partnership is not exclusive.

On what attracted CA to DCC, Mr. Lawrence also said that his firm was looking out for a company that best suit CA’s clientele base and this was found in DCC.

He expressed optimism that the deal would brighten the future of the two firms, even as he predicted CA becoming a household name in the country in the near future.

Group Managing Director, Computer Warehouse Group (CWG), Mr. Austin Okere, said, he was hopeful that the partnership would translate to enhanced service delivery to CWG customers and precisely the DCC.

He reiterated DCC resolve to deliver as the vital human capital has been put in place, even as CWG is very much concerned in placing human capital top on the group’s agenda.

This, he noted, would in the long run evolve into DCC becoming train-the-trainer firm, for a class of customers.

He also expressed belief in the efforts being made by the Nigerian Software Development Initiative (NSDI) led by Mr. Jim Ovia, emphasizing that the nation needs crawling before running with regard to software development.

Executive Director, CWG, Mr. Phillip Obiorah, recollected that before now, the group had a subtle partnership with CA.

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