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Globacom Nigeria Joins Forces With Nokia Alcatel-Lucent

Bella Disu, the Group Executive Director of Nigeria’s foremost telecommunications company, Globacom, announced a newly-signed deal with Nokia Alcatel-Lucent, an international telecom equipment manufacturing company, to install, supply and integrate a new Sure Pay Intelligent Network platform that would substantially boost the experience of Globacom subscribers.

Disu made this announcement in France, at a dinner that was organised by the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, to promote France as an attractive business environment.
The dinner was attended by executives of multinational companies from all over the world. The Summit was also used to publicise major investments and partnerships involving some of the companies in attendance.

It was there that. Disu also presented a Purchasing Order (P.O.) to another French company, Vocalcom Technology, to enhance Globacom’s Contact Center Solutions and Interactive Voice Response.

Speaking in an interview, Disu said that these agreements were geared towards ensuring that Globacom continued to deliver first-rate telecommunications services in all the countries that it operates in. Disu described her interactions with global business leaders in France as significant and impactful, adding that the platform had been necessary for exploring business development and collaborations.

Globacom and Conoil Producing Limited have for over a decade maintained strong business relationships with French companies, including Total and Alcatel, which has now rebranded as Nokia Alcatel-Lucent.

The group of companies also backs the major international French cultural organisation, Alliance Francaise, in Lagos. During his state visit to Nigeria last year, the French President purchased the state-of-the-art Mike Adenuga Alliance Francaise Centre donated by the Globacom Chairman, Dr Mike Adenuga, to showcase French and Nigerian cultures in Lagos.


Credit: This article originated from www.vanguardngr.com

 





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