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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Sunnet Systems promotes business optimization values @ Lagos Customer Forum

The Pan African leading Information Technology Infrastructure and Solutions provider, Sunnet Systems and Datacomms Services Limited (SSDS), has advocated the promotion of business optimization values at a customer forum held in Lagos, ITRealms reports.

The one-day session tagged ‘Business Analytics and Infrastructure Optimization’ was held at the Four Point Hotels, Victoria Island Lagos in collaboration with International Business Machines (IBM.

Executive Director, Sunnet Systems, Kehinde Sogunle noted at the forum that in today’s competitive and disruptive marketplace, business leaders are racing to convert data-driven insights into meaningful results and are infusing analytics throughout their organizations to drive smarter decisions, enable faster actions and optimize outcomes.

“This is one of the major reasons why Sunnet Systems in partnership with IBM are utilising this customer forum to expose to organizations around Africa the opportunities and in general tap into these capabilities to amplify their abilities to create value from big data and analytics,” he said, stressing that SSDS has over a decade been a premier business partner to IBM and has pioneered several Information Technology (IT) solutions implementations across Africa.

Sogunle also told guests that adopting analytics by public and private sector organizations would enhance their abilities to excite their customers and exceed expectations and satisfaction for business value .

As said by him significant transformation could be stimulated in key sectors of the economy such as financial, banking and finance, oil and gas, as well as in the social sectors of educational and health services where creative utilisation of analytics could stimulate insights that will generate innovative products and services.

Equally speaking, the Brand Manager, Sunnet Systems and Datacom Services (SSDS) Mrs Toyin Aderibigbe, stressed that businesses today depend on optimised ICT infrastructure to remain competitive, profitable and efficient in their service delivery.

She also emphasised on the need for SSDS to showcase how an array of Sunnet’s Solutions and Services will enable forward thinking organizations across Africa and the world to excel. 

Satish Sankar, Head of Marketing and Operations, SDSS, presented the corporate background as well as the breadth and depth of the solutions implementations in Nigeria and Africa whereas highlighting some of the recognitions and distinctions SDSS has garnered from the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) as an indication of the dependability, reliability, expertise and passion that various critical technology projects have been handled. 

Solution Architects and Engineers from IBM at the occasion presented the data and infrastructure possibilities and offerings that will offer significant value and substantial benefits to organisations when compared with the offerings of competitors.

+Remmy Nweke +Remmy Nweke (ITRealms)

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Pix: Satish Sankar, Head, Enterprise Sales, Sunnet systems and Datacom Services Ltd, Lanre Bamisebi – Divisional Head, Enterprise Arch & IT PMO, UBA, Kehinde Sogunle, ED – Sunnet Systems and Datacom Services Ltd, and Emeka Nwokeke – BDM – Sunnet Systems Limited at a one day Customer Conference on Business Analytics and Infrastructure Optimization by Sunnet Systems and in collaboration with IBM.


Anonymous said...

This is good for the IT Industry in Nigeria. Keep Up the good work Sunnet!

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