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OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

continued from part 2 Following are screenshots of some of the forms and windows in the School Manager.  Fig 1: University Portal (UNN)   Fig. 2:  Login page   (ESUT)    Fig.3: Course Registration Form (EBSU)   BREAKING NEWS !!   UNN RANKS NUMBER ONE IN WEBOMETRICS RANKING AND THIS IS CLEARLY A REFLECTION OF OUR COMMITMENT IN DEVELOPING AND DEPLOYING A NEW WEBSITE.!!   See below … Continue reading OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

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OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

continued from part 1 F. Electronic Staff & Student ID Cards Bank debit card. Holders can access their funds conveniently from ATM machines ID card. Staff & Students can use card as a form of identity Access Control. With highly functional & secure readers, cards will be used for authentication before pre-paid services in the school (such as semester examinations). This will ensure payment compliance … Continue reading OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

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OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

Tenece Professional Services Limited for the past eight years has successfully developed and deployed enterprise school management solutions in Nigeria. Our journey in the education sector started in South Eastern Nigeria, with track record history of understanding the gaps in the sector and developing bespoke solutions as well as providing jobs to thousands of Nigerians. Continue reading OUR SUCCESS STORY IN THE ACADEMIA

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THE IMPACT OF LOCAL CONTENT POLICY IN THE NIGERIA OIL & GAS SECTOR ON THE ECONOMY

For a country with over four decades experience in oil and gas exploration, production activities and proven recoverable reserves of about 37 billion barrels, her inability to use the resource wealth as a means for national development and poverty reduction has perhaps been the greatest challenge facing successive administrations.
These challenges have their expression in how Nigeria can derive maximum profits from Oil and Gas operations Continue reading THE IMPACT OF LOCAL CONTENT POLICY IN THE NIGERIA OIL & GAS SECTOR ON THE ECONOMY

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FUTURE STRATEGY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY WORLD

Organizations today are confronted with rapidly changing market conditions indicated by high merger rates and strong competition. Under these harsh conditions, traditional management approaches that focus on financial figures and centralized analytical planning methods are considered to be insufficient for effectively steering the course of organizations in such dynamic environments that the industry affords. Continue reading FUTURE STRATEGY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY WORLD