Resourcery achieves Uptime Institute ATD certification
WEST Africa’s foremost Information Technology Company, Resourcery Plc. in its continuous effort to offer innovative solutions and empower its employees has recently achieved the Uptime Institute’s Accredited Tier Designer (ATD) Certification through two of its consultants who bagged this certification.
Uptime Institute, a globally acclaimed organization provides stakeholders in the IT business with industry leading standards, education and awards through creation and administration of the Tiers Standards & Certifications. Uptime is an unbiased advisory institution that focuses on Data Centre Infrastructure Design, Construction, and Operational Sustainability along with its Management.
The ATD certification ranks Resourcery’s consultants amongst top notch 1100 worldwide certified designers. With this achievement, Resourcery currently has two out of the three ATDs in Nigeria, which ranks it as the most skilled player in Data Centre Design, Construction and Operation industry.
The Institute’s certification further affirms Resourcery’s capability to design and implement Data Centres with appropriate fault tolerance, functionality, availability, operation and maintenance for the different Tier ratings.
In his remark, the Business Solutions Manager and Head of Networks and Infrastructure Solutions division for Resourcery Plc. Bisike Uba, added that “the ATD certification has reinforced Resourcery’s status as a leader in the design, implementation and auditing of Data Centres infrastructure that are in line with best global practices.
The certification by Uptime institute, TIA 942, BICSI and ISO echoes our commitments and assurances we offer to clients.” The Technical Manager and Head Implementation & Operations for Resourcery Plc., Eyitayo Ajayi asserted that “with this recent feat, we have not only improved our capability to conceptualize and design world class Data Centres, we are also well positioned to audit and revamp existing Data Centres whilst saving time and cost.”