Phase3 to transform W/Africa’s telecoms’ space
•Marks 18 years of operation
West Africa’s end-to-end fibre network infrastructure and digital services provider, Phase3 telecoms, is to improve service offerings within the West Africa telecoms space, as part of activities marking its 18 years of service.
Phase3 acknowledged that upon a milestone driven by operational graph since 2003, where it established itself as a carrier’s carrier with over 300 projects delivered to date, the company continues to expand the scope of its offerings and capabilities beyond the shores of Nigeria, through invaluable global partnerships, and its WestAfricaOne regional business operations.
In furtherance of its digital delivery, based on strategic intent to boost accessibility, and foster regional integration via its network, the Company’s Executive Chairman, Stanley Jegede, underscores its growing expansion in Ghana, Senegal, Togo, Benin, Niger, Cameroon, Chad and Guinea Bissau
According to him, the company’s multiple expansion projects are targeted at transforming West Africa’s telecommunications landscape, using innovative technology as well as the development of secure high-performance network communications and solutions – as leverage to effectively connect people, businesses and networks within the sub-region, and to the rest of the world.
Jegede said: “If anything, Phase3’s 18th year, role in Nigeria, and Africa’s telecommunications and technology space has become even more mission critical riding on a future proof network mindset.”
On the future outlook, he said Phase3 resources and investment would continue to be tailored on realising the company’s robust legacy connectivity market expansion plan as well as layered digital service capabilities via its own homegrown systems and soon to be announced technology partnerships. This will help its client base and partner network achieve their digital transformation and connectivity goals quicker.
With the hindsight of economic vulnerabilities, which impacted on the business environment, Jegede, affirmed that the company has broken barriers with innovative products thus: “In 18 years the Phase3 family has been granted the opportunity to make vital contributions in one of the world’s fastest growing sectors and that is a lot to be grateful for as well as not to be taken lightly.”