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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

‘Harris services 80% telcos in Nigeria’

Harris Stratex Nigeria is currently servicing over 80 per cent of the nation’s telecommunications industry and as such, records its highest turnover annually on the continent.

According to the President, Harris Stratex, Mr. Harold Braun, “Harris Stratex Nigeria is servicing more than 80 per cent of the telecommunications companies in Nigeria and it has the highest turnover annually in Africa.”

Extolling the staff and management of the Nigerian office during his official visit to the country in Lagos, Braun said his firm has been a global player in wireless services solutions.

He stressed that since its inception in Nigeria, a few years back, “Harris Stratex has been the backbone of telecommunications operators and the success story would not have been told if not for the effort and determination of the staff and management.”

Responding, sales director for the Nigerian office, Mr. Bekele Tadesse, informed the visiting president that his presence brought big hope to the company.

He noted that as more operators continue to emerge in the Nigeria telecom sector, Harris Stratex is well positioned to deliver on their needs.

Also he said, that most operators current operating in Nigeria depend on Harris Stratex for voice and data transmission, emphasizing that the company has the resources and equipment that could service the telecom sector no matter the size of the market.

Pointing out that the firm provides customers across the continent with the most complete wireless transmission in the industry.

“And we have highly trained and experienced engineering and maintenance team that offer unbeatable after sales services to our customers,” he said.


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