During a recent visit by students and staff from the Industrial Relations & HRM Unit of Covenant University to the SystemSpecs office in Victoria Island, Lagos, the Managing Director of SystemSpecs Technology, Demola Igbalajobi, said intelligent, committed employees of good character have played a huge role in helping the company overcome various challenges in its 30 years of existence.
Leading about 2,000 other entrants from 795 schools across all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory was an 11-year-old
Delivering the guest lecture during the recently held 10th matriculation ceremony of McPherson University, Ogun State, Obaro said “Today needs thinkers so that we can be relevant tomorrow. It has been said that knowledge in most fields doubles about every five years. You must therefore have your eyes and imagination one step ahead of today, or your skills will be a mismatch for the new world of tomorrow.”
The provider of Remita, Paylink and HumanManager made this disclosure as it formally invited entries from children across Nigeria into the junior and senior categories of the competition, which is now in its second year.
The partnership is particularly geared towards empowering MSMEs with the digital expertise they require to thrive through the Paylink MSME Digital Bootcamp.
Obaro spoke to a gathering of business leaders in the banking world, who came together to analyse the roles of the mentor and mentee in mentoring relationships.
The annual event, which is organised by BusinessDay newspaper, held in Lagos.
According to John Obaro, a renowned Nigerian ICT expert and Managing Director of foremost African technology company, SystemSpecs, digital transformation is the process of using technologies to create new or modify existing business processes, culture and customers’ experiences to meet dynamic business and market needs.
This disclosure was made recently when authorities of the university announced plans for the event which, among others, would foster a robust town-gown relationship between the university and the SME community.
The event, which would hold fully online for the first time, would empower SMEs with key capabilities that would help owners and managers maximise relevant technology, reduce the risks of failure, and reposition for strategic growth and sustainability.
As more businesses in Nigeria encourage remote work and social distancing, leading financial technology firm, SystemSpecs, has launched Paylink, a web-based solution that helps Micro, Small and Medium-scale Enterprises as well as religious organisations, not-for-profit outfits, social media sellers, freelancers, individuals and many more to swiftly receive payments from everywhere, even abroad, this period and beyond.
The firm made this disclosure at an event which held at its new headquarters in Lagos to herald the new season of its business operations