Information Communications Technology solutions provider, Comsys has once again proven its prowess as one of the leading ICT firms at the forefront of driving digitisation in the country as they scooped 5 coveted awards at the just ended Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA).
Comsys went home with three organisational awards and an individual award, namely ISP of Year, Enterprise Solutions Provider of the Year Excellence In Customer Services (B2B), while Joint Chief Executives, Funmi Lamptey and Jonathan Lamptey were listed among the Top 20 tech Leaders, a newly created ranking for leading IT experts driving excellence in the industry.
Once again, the ICT solutions firm has positioned its self as an industry leader having remained unbeatable within the enterprise solutions ecosystem, as it won the award for the 10th consecutive time since 2013.
Comsys also won the newly created category; Excellence In Customer Services (B2B). This doesn’t come as a surprise as the firm has earned a reputation for reliability as it constantly delivers value using its state of the art technology; Comsys has built reliable networks across Ghana for over a decade, and continues to lead the industry as the reliable network provider, resulting into an ever-increasing clientele base
Speaking to the media, the Executive Director of Comsys Ghana Limited, Jonathan Lamptey expressed his excitement.
“These awards to us are an affirmation of unwavering commitment to our customers and contribution to business growth and economic development in Ghana’s digital space”, he said,
“We are honoured to be listed among the crème de la crème of I.T organisations, driving excellence in the IT space. Ee could not have achieved this without the tremendous support amazing and exceptional team at Comsys Ghana who supported the company and worked round the clock to ensure client satisfaction always”.
“This award really inspires the company to go higher as we look forward to delivering top-notch services for clients in Ghana and beyond”, he added
The 12th edition of GITTA which had in attendance organizations and individuals from Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa kicked off with a key note speech from the Deputy Minister of Communications & Digitalization, Ama Pomaa Boateng who gave insights on the transformation in Ghana’s digital space and congratulated all winners.
She emphasized on government’s resolve to providing the necessary basic infrastructure, a conducive legal and regulatory environment, and building capacity to improve the adoption and use of ICT to engender digital innovation as a means of leapfrogging the developmental process.
Akin Naphtal, the Group Publisher for TechBerg magazine, organiser of the awards, also applauded industry players for their contribution to driving digital excellence in Ghana in spite of the high inflation in the country and the stifling economic situation for businesses.
SOURCE: Joy Business
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