Wednesday, August 15, 2007

HiRest offers broadband solution to corporates

Growing Internet Service Provider (ISP), HiRest Africa Limited, has said its offering specific innovative broadband solutions for corporate organisations in the country.

Chief Executive, HiRest Africa, Mr. Igho Mrakpor, while disclosing this, informed that the offer is coming with sophisticated solutions for corporate organizations using its state-of-the-art technology.

He also said that the solutions would ensure seamless integration within and between organizations, thereby providing an all round robust Internet access to customers.

“We have unique corporate Internet access solutions tailored towards the needs of corporate institutions that will help them maximize the advantages inherent in the use of the Internet,” he declared.

He equally reiterated HiRest readiness to confront the market with cutting edge technologies that offers incomparable services at a reduced cost.

“Many companies already recognize the importance of conducting their businesses using the Internet because of its cost effectiveness,” Mrakpor said, adding that what is missing presently is a way to make the Internet work for them.

“A way to turn the Internet into a truly competitive advantage, a way to add value that provides the organizations with solutions and not just access,” he said.

Mr. Mrakpor further said that it was in order to help these companies use the Internet effectively, that HiRest has decided to go the extra mile to bring satisfaction to the day to day business activities of its existing and prospective corporate customers.

He explained that as a wholly indigenous owned ISP providing first class Internet services to its customers, HiRest which is barely 12 months old has spread its tentacles to Abuja, where it has its international office and Port Harcourt, its West and Central Africa office; from this location the company tackles the African market.

“Within the short time of existence we already have a significant customer base spread all over the nation made up of Federal and State government institutions, multinationals, educational institutions, corporate organizations as well as Small Office and Home offices. We also have customers in other African countries,” he added.

Speaking on the challenges currently facing the industry, Mrakpor observed that there has been a lull in the data segment of the telecoms industry, which has led to the closure of some ISPs.

However, he said, that in the daunting face of competition, which has stirred and led to the closure of some Internet service companies in the country, “HiRest stands out and is not only waxing stronger but expanding beyond comprehension.”

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