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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Task named Preferred Partner

Remmy Nweke

Leading Information Technology (IT) solution provider, Task Systems Limited, has been named the Hewlett Packard (HP) Preferred Partner at the just concluded partners’ conference in Barcelona, Spain.

Disclosing this to newsmen, the Managing Director, Task Systems, Mr. Dave Ibelegbu, said that the announcement is a consolidation of the firm’s position on the continent and by extension the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

“The nomination was in recognition of the rising profile of Task Systems Limited as the fastest growing and highest revenue earner among HP’s partners across Africa, including South Africa and Egypt,” he affirmed.

Mr. Ibelegbu also said that Task’s reliable IT solutions provider’s image on the continent is another positive face for the understanding of Nigeria abroad.

Pointing out that Task’s commitment to international quality standards in service delivery has attracted the respect of the whole of Africa.

Mr Ibelegbu informed that in particular, the HP family was proud to associate with Task.

He quoted the General Manager, SPO-HP Africa, Mr. Foad Afialal and Senior Vice President, Jos Brenkel, as lauding Task Systems for its commitment, loyalty, and support for HP solutions in most blue chip organizations in the country.

Mr. Brenkel while commenting, assured management of Task System that as strong HP Preferred Partners with peculiar character, loyalty and dependable specialization, will be differentiated and rewarded accordingly in the areas of marketing, training, and end user value provisioning.

This, Mr. Ibelegbu said, that the intention was to equip such Preferred Partners to continue to provide unparalleled services to all users of HP solutions be it in Africa or Europe.

It would be recalled that Task, which won the HP’s 2005 Best Performance Awards for growth and revenue in the preferred partner programme, has also been appointed by HP as a computing systems specialist, a status, Mr. Ibelegbu said, would enable Task to acquire high-level skills to implement enterprise solutions on behalf of HP.


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