MD, NAMA, Alhaji Ibrahim Auyo.
Deploying the Windows Server 2012 will further improve Nigerians Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) services and make Information and Communications Technology (ICT) work for air navigation, Chief Information Officer, Mrs. Ogochukwu Ifeanyi, has said.
Ifeanyi explained that NAMA, which had the mandate to ensure safe, efficient, expeditious and economic flight operations in Nigeria, was working towards enhancing its service quality and reducing costs for its customers.
She said: “Deploying Windows Server 2012 has enabled us to do more with less, thereby reducing cost and enhancing considerably the ICT Return on Investment (ROI) for my organisation and bringing efficiency in the use of technology to value centric proportions.”
According to her, NAMA had the tasked of developing the Nigerian airspace to a level that is consistent with international standards, thus the need to deploy Windows Server 2012
Established via Act 48 of 1999 by the Federal Government of Nigeria, NAMA is tasked with providing safe, efficient and economic air navigation services that will meet international standards.
Towards this end, the agency said it desired to provide better service to its customers to increase efficiency within the agency by making use of cutting-edge technology through its private cloud.