Signal Alliance, in collaboration with software giant Microsoft, recently in Nigeria held a workshops titled ‘Business Productivity at its Best’ based on the new Microsoft SharePoint 2010 platform which focuses on the advantages of implementing and using SharePoint 2010 platform as a key tool for business productivity and growth.

The workshop was organized to provide customers already on the SharePoint platform, the improved features and capabilities of the new version of SharePoint in areas like Enterprise Content Management, Workplace productivity, Enterprise Search and Enterprise document management.

Onoh Okwara, Head of Technology Support for Signal Alliance said the IT integrated company aim is to sensitize customers on the company’s competency in delivering the highest level of specialization for design, implementation and support of the latest Microsoft SharePoint platform.

“As SharePoint Gold Partner, our domain knowledge goes beyond understanding the technology we deploy but understanding how to use technology to leverage on the business of our clients to achieve maximum value and output”.


He called on IT-reliant organizations in Nigerian to take advantage of the Microsoft Sharepoint platform to enhance workplace productivity and increase sales and services and concluded by stating that Signal Alliance remains focused on its leadership role as one of the leading solutions experts in and out of the country.

Microsoft and Signal Alliance have in the past worked together on such programs to broaden customer knowledge in other Microsoft solutions including Unified Communication, Software Asset management for Enterprise customers both in the private and public sector.

Customers that came for the workshop cut across industry segments including banking, insurance, oil and gas and telecoms.


One of the customers, Michael Madukairo from BUA Group in his reaction stated that he is happy with the event. His words: “Very impressive. I highly appreciate this demonstration and wish Signal Alliance & Microsoft will organize more of it.”


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