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Airtel Nigeria has called for public sector participation and collaboration to grow the digital ecosystem.

The company issued this call during a recent exclusive interactive breakfast session held in Abuja, in collaboration with its business partners, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and AVAYA.

The event, themed ‘Modernization and Digitization,’ served as a dynamic gathering that brought together industry experts, thought leaders, and key stakeholders. During this session, participants had the opportunity to engage in insightful discussions and thought-provoking presentations led by various teams of experts from Airtel, Avaya, and AWS. They shared knowledge about how businesses can collectively drive growth, innovation, and excellence within their organizations.

Luc Serviant, Director of Airtel Business, Airtel Africa, emphasized the company’s commitment to fostering collaboration and partnerships that drive progress and innovation. He highlighted Airtel Nigeria’s dedication to equipping the public sector with cutting-edge technologies to enable transformative change on a national scale.

“At Airtel, we are enthusiastic about discussing topics like connectivity, innovation, technology, digital pillars, cloud security, network services, digital insights, and portfolio solutions for effective business within the public sector. As a dependable partner in offering innovative and technological solutions, we go beyond providing connectivity and offer solutions and systems. Our core connectivity, data center, cloud security, and other applications from our partners are continually in place to meet the evolving needs of not only the private sector but also the public sector at large,” he stated.

Airtel also presented various business solutions beneficial to both private organizations and public sectors. These solutions included the Leased Line, which allows business owners to own their personalized network service within the Airtel network with the highest security; Global MRLS designed to enhance connectivity for organizations operating across various branches globally; and Multi-tenant building connectivity for high-rise buildings, enabling occupants to share costs, offering a profitable and economical approach to enjoying Airtel’s business products.

Stanley Anetoh, Senior Solutions Architect at AWS, discussed the need for the government to modernize and deliver seamless experiences through technology. He emphasized the importance of cloud technologies in facilitating key government initiatives and expressed a willingness to offer cloud support to enable advancements not limited to the private sector.

Representatives from AVAYA also presented their various cloud services, powered by their partnership with Airtel’s data center connectivity.

Ogo Ofomata, Director of Airtel Business Nigeria, expressed satisfaction with the success of the interactive session, stating, “Airtel Nigeria is delighted to open channels of engagement with key players in our industry, and today’s event has demonstrated that we are on the right track.”

Airtel remains committed to providing unparalleled solutions and services to its customers, and this event represents one of the many initiatives undertaken to solidify its position at the forefront of the Telecoms and ICT sector.

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