iSON Technologies, an arm of iSON Group Africa’s largest IT and ITeS company,with a presence in almost 25 countries in Africa has urged greater public –private partnership in order to further boost growth and transference of technology skills.
The company, a systems integrator, managed service provider, and strategic outsourcing company provides end-to-end IT services and solutions across Africa. The company’s strong service offerings include consulting, systems integration, managed services and off-shore/on-shore services and cloud services. We are among the leading pan-African partners for major companies such as AVAYA, Oracle, Huawei, IBM, Cisco, Dell, EMC, Juniper and Fortinet.
“At iSON Technologies, we are passionate about deploying tech services to our customers. Over the years, we have become the go-to technology provider for different verticals spanning Telecom and ISP, BFSI, government, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, FMCG, DTH and Entertainment, Education and Healthcare, says, Rahul Srivastava, COO iSON Technologies.
“It helps that we have a strong delivery center and ready access to unique technological skills but also our constant search for improved service practices that can be utilized to better reach throughout our expanding customer base is also a unique strength. We are extremely excited about the future of technology, especially in a country like Nigeria, where technology inclusion is quite promising and of course we are firmly set to lead the revolution in this market.”
“Of course what could expand skill base, even more, is more public/private partnership in order to build and transfer specific skill base,.” Srivastava concludes.
So far the company has been in the mainstream of driving technology inclusion within its markets with a number of key service offerings to some of the biggest organizations around the world.
iSON’s clients include MTN, Airtel, Etisalat, Standard Chartered Bank, AIICO, AXA Mansard, GT Bank, Chase Bank, UNICAF, Zuku, Toyota Kenya and more.
UPDATE: @3:57 — The post was updated to reflect a slight change.