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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Nigeria’s Computer Warehouse enters Uganda

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Company, Computer Warehouse Group has opened of its office in Uganda as part of the agenda to expand its network across Africa.
Head, Corporate Marketing at CWG, Mr. Chidi Okpala, made this disclosure in Lagos at the weekend.

He said that the latest entry into East African market marks another remarkable milestone in the history of Computer Warehouse Group.

“One would immediately recall that the group commenced operations in Nigeria in 1992 as a small company selling Dell computers to businesses. This earned the company the rare position of being the first partners to the Dell Corporation in Nigeria,” he said.

According to him, CWG grew from being a computer hardware sales company to be one of the leading systems integration companies, providing hardware and infrastructure solutions under the platform of its subsidiary, the Computer Warehouse Limited (CWL).

In addition, he noted that CWG has a communications and networking solutions entity called DCC Networks as well as software applications and deployment under the ExpertEdge Software across West Africa.

“As the needs of its growing customers grew across the West Africa region, it has imperative that CWG establish another presence in West Africa,” he said, just as CWG Ghana was born in 2003.

Computer Warehouse Group, he said, has faced its own challenges along the line but has matched all the challenges with constantly re-innovating itself and churning out modern business solutions through best partnerships with global ICT firms across the world.

Reacting to the entrance into Uganda, the group chief executive officer, CWG, Mr. Austin Okere said Computer Warehouse Group is fast becoming a Pan African ICT company and with the addition of CWG Uganda to its fold, a new history to the company’s development seems to have been written.

“CWG has become a company with relevance in a many fields of ICT” he declared, stressing that these innovations and strengths of CWG is what would be replicated in Uganda and across East Africa.

CWG Uganda, he hinted, would service corporate businesses, government and other private and public enterprises that would require taking their businesses and establishments to the next level.

“The company would be run by highly tested and skilled professionals from Uganda, some countries in East Africa and across the African continent,” he said.

Okere pointed out that there are also plans to train and develop professionals with interest in ICT in Uganda.

“CWG Uganda has currently as it’s first Country Manager, Mr. Michael Manzi, a Ugandan who is a renowned business and strategy professional, who has spent over ten years in the communications and technology industry,” he said.

Further, he said Manzi would be leading the team and driving the brand for Computer Warehouse Group within the region.

He emphasised that CWG believes in the ethics around corporate governance which has earned the company an array of national, African and international awards overtime.

Austin Okere, the Group’s founder is famous at saying, ‘Our best is yet to come’. Though, a landmark achievement for CWG, the company is committed to furthering its strength across other cities in Africa providing enterprise solutions and enabling more businesses through technology.

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