Firm berths with innovation to transform technology sector
Intelics Solutions, a data governance solutions provider, has restated its commitment to provide cutting edge Information Technology solutions targeted at transforming the sector.
Speaking at the formal launch in Lagos, Managing Director, Intelics, Olusegun Lawal, said its service covers an entire suite of software that is managed and owned locally.
According to him, Intelics is an information management company, which is into secure storage of physical records, digitisation of legacy documents, business processes, archiving and also providing shared services and cloud storage for companies and individuals.
He said the firm is a Joint Venture (JV) between an information company and a local logistic and freight company called IAL. The JV partner, Writer Corporation of India, apart from being the market leader in Asia and middle east, they also have a complete suite of software that manages the entire documentation process.
His words: “We have over a 100 people working on the software in India with a team of 3000 people in total, which manages the entire information service of Writer Corporation. We have a tier 4 data centre out of Mumbai, we are setting up one in Lagos, having our information management centre also in Lagos”.
He said paart of what the firm is bringing to the market is a complete transfer of information from India into Nigeria, apart from investment coming in, it is also a complete transformation of the entire information management landscape in Nigeria, adding that coming into these market it is going to open a lot of employment opportunities; this is a time were Nigeria needs a lot of foreign direct investment.
There is going to be a lot of exchange in technology, experience and knowhow.
Lawal said it is a formidable win-win situation for Nigeria and the present administration in terms of engineering growth in the technology sector. The market for us is almost infinite.
Joint Managing Director, Writer Corporation, Dayle de Souza, said the launch has been over 24 months in the making. It took a lot of time to value and study it, looking at what customers want in the market and how profitable Nigeria can be making the venture with what the demands are.
Souza said: “We believe if we can offer what our customers want and create a solution that government and customers want, we would be able to benefit Nigeria. Our goal in Nigeria is to be a holistic business in that space and our philosophy cuts across all our shareholders, customers and society.”