Firm set to close Nigeria’s metering gap
Indigenous Meter Asset Provider (MAP), Armese Power Solutions, is set to bridge Nigeria’s pre-paid metering gap through innovation.
New Chief Executive Officer of Armese, Fred Harry, noted that MAP’s target was to help drive its business strategy, extend service lines and scale national boundaries.
Commenting, Group Chief Operating Officer of Income Electrix Limited, parent company of Armese, Dallas Peavey, said his wealth of experience in finance and business strategy would help deepen the firm’s existing business operations and provide the impetus to continually differentiate its products and services from competitors in the market.
But Harry considered his appointment a privilege and a challenge to make the switch from banking to the power sector, leveraging the enviable track record of Armese over the years.
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