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GITEX 2014: Sidmach boss, Eke applauds NITDA, explains participation

The chief executive officer of Sidmach Technologies Nigeria Limited, Mr. Chijioke Eke has commended the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) led by Mr. Peter Jack for putting up the Nigeria’s Pavilion at GITEX Technology Week 2014, reports ITRealms.

Mr. Eke also told ITRealms that getting to this stage of international reputation, moreso in accepting to be the country partner for GiTEX 2014 and described it as “fantastic.”

Sharing the aims of Sidmach Technologies in participating in this year’s edition of GiTEX, Mr. Eke said that over the year, they have pioneered a lot of innovation in the industry to stimulate computation of educational activities at the institutional levels.

These, he said, comprise of electronic registration of university students and engendering the electronic curriculum portal for Nigerian academia.

Today, he said, that through deployment of one its solution, mostly the e-Curriculum portal children are kept busy during holidays.

“We’re taking children aware from holiday vices,” he declared.

Mr. Eke who was accompanied by the Deputy Managing Director of the company, Mr. Peter Oragundade and Marketing Manager, Mrs. Funmi Lawal, revealed to ITRealms that they are equally collaborating with the Nigerian Educational Research and Development council (NERDC) by working towards achieving the transformation agenda for Mr. President, Dr. Ebele Jonathan for education.

In addition, he said they have deployed technology to aid the West African Examination Council (WAEC) to make the recognition of certificates from the West to other regional parts of Africa more and easy recognizable.

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