As part of the celebration of its customer week, Signal Alliance, Nigeria’s leading technology integration and transformation company have stated its commitment to collaborating with tech-related communities to drive the ecosystem.
This was stated on by the Executive Vice-Chairman of Signal Alliance, Collins Onuegbu on Monday, March 9, 2020, at the Lagos office while addressing the press on the day one of the customer week.
In a week-long programme that would see Signal Alliance appreciate its numerous customers, which was recently revived.
One of the major events holding this week on Friday is for the tech community, “we thought we could offer some perspective for the technology business in Nigeria.
Because this is 2020, we are looking for 20 people that have influenced technology the most in the past 20 years, looking at how far the industry has gone and where it lies in the future.”
Our hope is that we can help create an event that can be done every year, such that the industry stakeholders can come to influence the outlook of the economy”
He explained that the event would be looking beyond the startup ecosystem, but to rather seek the major players in the tech industry who have paved the way for the growth of technology in Nigeria.
Collins stated that the other days of the week, Wednesday is meant for Customer forum which is much like a Townhall meeting, where the technology company will get to interact with their customers, get their feedback and update them on what they stand to benefit from the company on the long run.
On Thursday, there would be a round of customer visitation and Collins stated that the company would be engaging in a CSR as it looks to partner with the LSTEF.
“We started talking with LSETF to develop a program. Discussion is still ongoing and we will continue to engage them so that we can support the community and in this case, Lagos state.”
Overall, the Customer week sets to drive more business value between Signal Alliance and its customers.
Featured Image: The Executive Vice-Chairman, Collins Onuegbu (Second from the right), with the executive members of Signal Alliance
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