Curve Unveils Free-Info Service On Web Platform

CURVE Communications has introduced a web platform which offers free-info service to top decision makers, business gurus, mobile executives, government institutions, brand managers, business executives, and young entrepreneurs with strategies and ideas for the future. 

  The platform combines access to instant chat sessions with webinars, e-mailing service, calling system, and personal appointments to reach several target audience using experienced information professionals.      

  The advisory service provides corporate organisations and the business community an opportunity to have top level strategy sessions for day-to-day activities. It is available on the homepage with an extensive back-end solutions support service.   

  Commenting on the company’s recent technological feat, the Chief Executive Officer, Curve Communications, Mr. Adeola Odunowo, maintained that access to real-time information on-the-go is the most important element in 21st century business operations.

  “To achieve top performance in today’s workplace, teams require access to prompt professional advice, strategic planning, and up-to-date information database,” he added.  

  Odunowo also stressed that over time, communication methods have transformed from the three way – in person, telephone and postal mail – to a nearly endless variety of media combinations. What this means, according to him, is that communication needs to be in real-time, accessible and social in nature to position businesses ahead of the curve.  

  “The free-info service creates opportunities for business collaboration within the diverse African setting with instant access to relevant database. Companies and individuals will be able to meet their 21st century information technology needs and get data from anywhere in the world. Also, it serves as a professional feedback mechanism for corporate organisations.   

  “Furthermore, the interactive platform can be accessed using different technology devices like mobile phones, iPads, desktop and laptop computers via Internet broadband connections. The free-info service is geared towards better delivery of quality information, an integrated network and development of positive interactions between the urban and rural communities in Africa.”    

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