Sunnet Systems, an African ICT solutions provider, and IBM have concluded a joint arrangement to improve information technology services in Nigeria and also establish a hub in Kenya to meet the needs of other East African countries.
Speaking in Lagos recently, Sunnet Systems Chief Executive Officer, Paul Olagunju said that the Kenya office would feed Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania and Central Africa Republic, adding that operation would commence in the region by the first quarter of next year
“Currently we have two hubs through which we reach the African market. In west Africa we have Nigeria with the hub based in Lagos from where we reach Cameroun, Equitorial Guinea, Sao Tome and Precipice, Togo, Chad and Niger Republic; while in Ghana office we reach Cote D’Ivoire, Liberia, Senegal and Gambia,” Paul said.
Paul also revealed at a one-day workshop with the theme: The Power of Business Agility for Innovation, Transformation and Growth held in Lagos, that Sunnet is currently the highest premier partner with IBM system.
“Being a premier partner means , we can deliver the entire services being offered by IBM technology as a result of the partnership which we started 15 years ago both for their hard and soft wares . We are focused mainly on delivery of information technology infrastructure, customized application solutions, implementation systems support, data centre deployment and management, global integrated network infrastructure solution as well as robust and integrated learning content for all tiers of eduction”, he said.