21st Century Technologies Limited, Nigeria’s information technology powerhouse has repositioned its operations to solve some of Nigeriaâ€™s toughest challenges.
The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mr. Wale Ajisebutu, who made the disclosure in Lagos recently, said: â€œNigeriaâ€™s socio-economic challenges includes: power and energy infrastructure, food security and agriculture, wealth creation and employment, mass transportation, land reforms, security, and education, and that each of these challenges has significant negative impact on Nigeriaâ€™s economy.â€
He, however, said the company has developed sets of solutions to address and shape the present and future of Nigeria and Nigerians.
â€œCentral to all these are tailor-made solutions to address these challenges. They are indigenous solutions with global standards. We believe that Nigerians deserve the very best. That is why the solutions are local to address local challengesâ€ Ajisebutu said.
According to him, “Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions remain the vital instrument that can be used by Nigerians to enhance service delivery strategy and bring about innovations for the development of the economy.
“That is why the solutions have been developed by some of the worldâ€™s best brains taking into consideration the Nigerian environments, because we cannot copy what work in other climates and expect them to work perfectly here.â€
21st Century Technologies is building infrastructure, platform including applications that will revolutionise ICT in Nigeria.
He said the technology company has been in the vanguard of Information Technology (IT) development with the introduction of various portals and applications.
â€œWith two decades of experience, it is fully mobilised and perfectly positioned to build converged, multi-service and efficiently managed communications networks in Africa. It owns and operates the most extensive optical fibre cable metropolitan networks in Nigeria with speeds up to 10Gbps, high-speed Corporate Dedicated Internet Access and IRUs for a total of 10Gbps, fully redundant International subsea fibre capacity with two separate vendors,â€ Ajisebutu said.