Global experts x-ray SystemSpecs’ successes in software business
GLOBAL attention beams on Nigeria as Stanford University, California provides a platform for about 40 business leaders in the West-Africa sub-region to analyse the successes of SystemSpecs, Nigeria’s software powerhouse and operator of the Central Bank of Nigeria [CBN]’s payment gateway, Remita.
According to a statement from the Executive Director of Stanford SEED, host of the event, Emmanuel Kitcher, the session will offer the business leaders an opportunity to understand and evaluate the operating model of a fast growing payment technology powerhouse rising out of Africa.
Other areas the business leaders would be focusing on during the session include SystemSpecs’ origin, its transformation journey and the creative and innovative ways through which it has surmounted various environmental challenges.
Kitcher informed that Standford SEED is equally interested in “Systemspecs’ broad outlook for West Africa and for that matter, Africa rising. Of course, we would touch on Systemspecs’ ethical and core values, which have assisted it to excel in Africa’s largest economy”, he said in a statement.
Executive Director of SystemSpecs, Deremi Atanda would address the global audience, which in addition to the West Africa business leaders will include the Executive Director of the Stanford Seed, Global Operations Director of the institution, and Professors from the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University and staff of Stanford SEED.
Remita, which is SystemSpecs’ indigenously developed flagship payment technology platform, has significantly revolutionized the electronic payment industry in Nigeria and is at the forefront of the federal government’s efforts to streamline its payments and revenue collection through the implementation of the Treasury Single Account [TSA].