Leading ICT provider in Africa, iWAYAFRICA Nigeria limited, in its vision of enabling business and empowering the community recently organised the Information Access and Collaboration 2010 conferences.

The conference was organized as a way of helping organisations unify their information and communication technology through social collaboration in the work place, storage and data management (doing more with less) and providing reliable broadband internet connectivity.

According to the G.M. iWAYAFRICA Mr. John Ugbe, collaboration in organisations is becoming more important and consumers have embrace social networking, quickly driving the technology deep into the work place. Research has also shown that collaboration in the work place has proven advantages including but not limited to increased employee productivity and interpersonal relations, and enabling discovery of information that would have been buried in people’s email inboxes effectively reducing the email burden by up to 60%.


The company also used the event to showcase its products and services which include iWAYAFRICA VSAT Service that offers high reliability and availability internet services using the latest DVB-S2 standard with inbuilt AIS(automatic inroute selection) and ACB (adaptive coding and modulation) which can be deployable anywhere.

iWAYAFRICA FiberSAT which offers the best of both VSAT broadband and Fiber technologies to give the customer higher availability and robust SLAs and iWAYAFRICA Muster Point-Web which makes it easy for people within organization to find each other and collaborate on projects. It allows employees plan their leave around the company calendar.

Mr. Ugbe also explained that the essence of the conference is to showcase to its customer how their product can enable organization unearth their talents and operate more efficiently. “Our key priority is to achieve 90% customer satisfaction on all our products and services by ensuring that the key attribute for broadband service-speedy reliability cost and experienced customer technical support personnel are hired with the acceptable international and local standards”



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