Zinox Group Invests in Xputer
ZINOX Group, foremost ICT Group, has extended its sphere of dominance in the marketplace, with a major investment in Xputer – a leading and strategic software development and management company based in Ibadan.
The investment which was sealed in September 2015 will see Zinox led by serial digital entrepreneur, Leo Stan Ekeh, further expand its range of capabilities in line with its vision of becoming the single largest 360 degrees ICT Group in Africa.
Set up in 2004, Xputer Technologies is a fast growing Information Technology outfit, with proven capabilities in designing, developing, deploying and supporting cBankole Orijautting-edge software solutions for small and medium scale businesses, with a number of critical projects in the retail, service and educational sectors to its name.
Expressing his delight on the development, Abimbola Omotoso, chief executive officer, Xputer Technologies, affirmed the far-reaching implications the investment will have in taking the company to the next level.
“Our core speciality is in providing and delivering custom-built software solutions that have powered a number of businesses in various sectors.
“The solutions provided have varied in scale, complexity and technological platforms, but in all, Xputer Technologies has been able to accumulate a large repertoire of technical skill, experience and a retinue of satisfied clients that has placed it in a strong position to succeed.
“With Zinox Group’s investment, we have now relocated our Head Office to Lagos since last year and still maintain our core Research and Development unit in Ibadan because of the serenity.
“We are quite an ambitious team that is conscious of the future needs of this generation and generations unborn on simplifying operations both at personal and corporate levels. We are also looking at simplification of digital lifestyle of this restless generation.
“Hence when the opportunity to partner with the Zinox Group of Companies came our way, the decision was one we embraced wholeheartedly as the long-awaited push required to become a force to reckon with in the IT industry in the country and beyond,” he enthused.