GENESYS TECH-HUB BY TENECE

C-Sharp, Bootstrap, Object Oriented Programming, Database Management, CISCO Packet Tracer, Router, Switch, Dll, Microsoft SQL Server, Big Data, GUI, and yes! Visual Studio. If I learnt nothing, I learnt these words and a whole lot more plus a sizeable monthly income.

My Tenece tech-hub experience began with an orientation on the 7th of April where we got to officially meet the Management and some Staff; some of them coming from the Lagos Office. On that day also, we were officially introduced to our Supervisors Mr. Michael Muoneke and Mrs. Susan Chikezie (with the “Mrs.” Stressed). I got along more with Michael and he has been a major influence in my whole stay. He encouraged me in my learning and more than that he is a friend and a brother. There was a lecture on the orientation day or more like an overview on software and programming; and on a later day, Mr. Ernest Ogbodo gave us a lecture on networking. We were required to choose an area of interest between networking and programming, I choose programming. Actually, I’ve been hearing more of it than networking that’s why I choose it anyway and thanks to everyone that got me to my software level today. Eventually, I switched to networking where I am today.

My first Tenece work was tearing of OMR sheet for ABSU CBT and then there was ATCOI biodata filling, sorting, installing of OS to systems that will be deployed to UNN where I first met Terry who is presently my mentor.

Being in the networking team gave me a lot of onsite activities which I cherish a lot. Alongside the network installation and maintenance activities did, I had the privilege of being in the ESUT CBT team, and also my first visit to UNN where I was privileged to go with Chiamaka for courtesy visit to the registrar.

My fellow “Genesysers”, all made my stay a wonderful one and I’ll keep in touch. I had more than one I.T placement options and I chose Tenece because I placed it high, if now I have to choose again, I’ll chose Tenece because I love it.

Contributed by:

Okafor Chukwuebuka
Chukwuemeka Odumegu Ojukwu University – Physics

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It all started on the 8th April 2016, which was my first day in Tenece, the day of IT (INDUSTRIAL TRAINING) orientation by the company and the introduction of the Genesys PROGRAM to all the IT STUDENTS. This was a day that would forever be indelible in my memory due to the mixed feelings I had that day, I started the day with fears because of the new environment I entered and also because I don’t know what I was expecting. I got to the office around 9.24 am, but the occasion started around 12.15 pm with an opening prayer from one of the   IT STUDENTS. Then introduction of some Tenece staffs present and we, the IT students introduced ourselves one after the other. A woman that was referred to as MUMMY by the Tenece staffs came in to present to us about the work ethics of the company, another Tenece staff presented to us on software development. After that, we were given foods and drinks for refreshment, it was as if they knew that most of us were exhausted. The worst of the day came when we were given both individual (IQ) and team (BEHAVIOURAL) test, which without being told, I knew that my performance was poor, especially in the IQ test. The day then ended with remarks and closing prayer by some IT students.

After doing some company’s work like formatting and installation of OS and device drivers to year one UNN student’s laptops, scanning and sorting of OMR sheets, etc. The main Genesys PROGRAM started which includes lectures and practical which lasted for like two weeks. Then came the almighty TAW1(task and appraisal week 1), where I was given a task to MODEL A LIBRARY DATABASE, this gave me a sleepless night for the whole week, and I completed the task within the given time limit. The worst part of this TAW was that there was this thing called PROBATION which everybody was afraid of. After the TAW1, the class continued for another two weeks and we had TAW2, which comprised of both individual and team work task. I belong to TEAM3 that comprises of six members and we were given a task to develop a TRANSCRIPT GENERATING APPLICATION which is yet to be appraised. Then early this august, I was assigned a mentor MICHAEL MUONEKE who has been carrying me along in all that he does for the company. He has also equipped me with necessary basics of database which is my area of interest. He also taught me things that will help in my personal development. I have travelled to places with him to meet some clients of the company.

Finally, I have gained a lot from the Genesys PROGRAM ranging from the manner I conduct myself now to my tremendous improvement in software development and networking. Let me say a big thanks Tenece for establishing this program for the IT students.


Working in Tenece under the Genesys program for IT students is one of the greatest exposure I’ve had so far. Notwithstanding the fact that we work as a team and we’re more like a family. On the 13th may 2016 the very day I resumed work, with what I had in mind, I really thought it was the normal system which most Nigerian offices operate on. But I was surprised and amazed by how smart, diligent and dedicated everyone is in achieving a set out goal. As a student, Tenece has actually given me an edge above many other fellow students in so many ways. In my field ‘Networking’ with all the on-site jobs, classes and tutorials I’ve being exposed to, I’m very sure that I can’t get that anywhere else even in school.

I was actually shocked by the way we ’The Genesys’ were encouraged every day. I felt comfortable and willing to learn. With Nnamo being the manager everything was in place because he motivates us in so many ways. He first started with the task and appraisal week. The pressure was off the roof. I was to develop my first application, to record, edit and present a video about my experience in Genesys and finally to ensure that I got hired in a mock recruitment program. The week was so stressful, I barely had any sleep.

There was something else I noticed; these people know how to party. They have this party that happens on the last Friday of every quarter. It was called TGIF. The way the office transformed from serious to fun was so amazing. We had the party at the poolside. Even the CEO was in attendance. The party was awesome and everyone had so much fun. In there with the fun we also played a soccer game against the staff of TENECE. It was indeed a memorable and funny match.

I must say it is indeed a great opportunity and blessing working here.

Contributed by:

Adibe Chinonso
Nnamdi Azikiwe University-Computer Science


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Until I researched Tenece Professional Services, I thought it was just a growing IT company, when I joined them for my Tech-hub program which was branded Genesys program. I was astonished to discover they are a multi-capabilities enterprise and a technology-consulting firm. After series of hope and dreams to work with an IT firm I was called to report to the company branch in Enugu State, on getting there, I was faced with an interview which I least expected been my first day, after the interview I was told I would be communicated if am successful through my personal details which I filled.

“Start work tomorrow” the program coordinator said through the phone, I got to the office the next day in the morning around 7:30am and I was directed to where my colleagues where and around 8:00am we were told to assemble for morning devotion which I later discovered is a norm every morning. Later our coordinators with the help of the branch manager addressed us on how the Genesys program is going to run for the six months’ tech-hub period with its schedule of activities which was fixed based on our area of strength and interest between networking and software (data base, asp.net and C#). With the passion to be a good network Engineer in the IT field, the program kicked off with different tutors taking both theory and practical aspects of each field, which most were lively and interesting but I had to give more attention to my area of interest which is networking even though I attended all classes just to get the knowledge of how they work.

During the network class I learnt what networking is all about, network hardware selection, installation, and maintenance Troubleshooting and resolving network issues, updating network infrastructure with latest hardware and security updates, how to prepare a cable, configure and install routers and radios etc. And I was opportune to go to places like Enugu State Government Office, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Abia state University Uturu, Federal Polytechnic Oko for routine network maintenance which really exposed me to the real world scenario.

Finally, the Genesys program was aimed at building young minds in the IT world and I have the courage to say I have gotten a lot of knowledge from it.

Contributed by:

Ogbu Chidiebere
University of Nigeria, Nsukka – Electronic Engineering


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My TENECE GENESYS Experience being my first job experience. Personally it made me feel independent, it made me feel sort of like an adult. It taught me how to be responsible and to handle my finances. I had to learn how to take public transportation, how to interact with my coworkers, work with different types of people, and also learn punctuality. In a way, it was almost like I had learned real life skills under 6 months.

My First day on the job was March 16, 2016. Meeting the Lead, Human Resources I was anxious, not knowing what to expect. Surprisingly, I was faced by young employees, not young by age but still could comfortably relate with us. The Employees were very warm and in two weeks it was like I was part of them having some good knowledge of my colleague. They were happy to carry me along on things I needed to know and things I wanted to know. It was crowned with my attendance to my first Knowledge Sharing Session (KSS), where we had wonderful interactions, that was when I introduced myself to all the Tenece staff present and their reaction was priceless. Approximately a month later more IT students were recruited which marked the beginning of the Genesys program. An orientation took place where we had an IQ test, a behavioral test and a team task that was completed immediately, the Software Lead was present. We introduced ourselves to each other.

In the first two weeks we were exposed to all fields Tenece had before we were spitted based on our interests, we had training sessions daily. We were subsequently faced with Tasks to practice what we had been taught.

Apart from learning and Practicing we had events and hang outs subsequently where we had fun and partied like young people we are, one of such was the TGIF where staff were present and the MD, Mr. Kinsley Eze was in attendance. Over the months I have been stressed beyond my limits, even on some occasions I have had to go out of my way to get some tasks done and even scolded when I was wrong but in all it was awesome.

The TENECE GENESYS program is an experience I will advise everyone to sort.

Contributed by:

Ihekwoaba Chinweze
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike – Computer Science.

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We arrived for the orientation for Genesys Tech-hub at Tenece Professional Services, an IT company on Thursday 7th April 2016. Initially, my thought was to see “big people” who were responsible for our school portal but to my utmost surprise, I saw young people. Prior to the orientation I used to talk to one of them by name, Mr. Nnamdi Anika who unknown to me was the “BOSS”. During the orientation, people from the office branch at Lagos like Mr. Idowu also talked to us on Software Engineering. We were introduced to the program “THE GENESYS”.

The Genesys is geared to training us on the job. Producing young talented people who will be grounded in the field and nature of the job in the company.  I could remember walking in very nervous and taking a seat on 12th April my first day of the IT. My friend who started a day before me came and explained to me that we were to do laptop installation, she explained how to do it to me and that was how we started that day’s work. My thought was I would be working in a cubicle entering data in a computer, mostly doing paperwork and barely talking to my coworkers. But boy was I wrong.  To my pleasant surprise, none of my predictions came true. We were assigned tutors from different sections in the company, they tutor us for two weeks and then task and appraisal follows. After having basic knowledge on the areas we were to major in a particular area. I choose networking as my area of interest because it was fun, we had to travel to various universities for their Wi-Fi maintenance and I was the only girl in this section.

Tenece is a modern, fast-paced company. They work with Universities. While other companies were going through financial troubles during the economic downturn, Tenece prospered.

Our supervisors Mr. Michael Muoneke and Mrs. Susan helped us become familiar with the office environment, they took turn to check on us and inspect our activities in fact they were pillars on which we rested our fears and problems. Worthy of mention are our tutors: Mr. Jeff and Mr. Uche who took us on database, Mr. Chisom the C# programmer, Mr. Ekene the networker, they took pain of sparing their time to tutor to us.

The echoes of all my experience in Tenece will continue to linger in my memory for a long time to come. If I had my way, I would recommend Tenece to other colleagues of mine and would also like to stay beyond my intern period. My undiluted appreciation goes to our impeccable boss Mr. Nnamdi for bringing out this wonderful program, our untiring supervisors for their care, support and understanding, our well to do tutors for their care and pushing us to do things we never believed we could do.

My Genesys Tech-hub experience at Tenece taught me many things such as to always have an open mind and be willing to adapt and work in any type of work environment, to always be respectful and among others kind to not only my future supervisors, but my coworkers as well. What I have learned in the span of less than six months will always be a big part of me growing up. I am looking forward to taking what I have learned and applying it. I appreciate Tenece for providing me with this wonderful experience.

Contributed by:

Agbo Collete
University of Nigeria, Nsukka – Electronic Engineering.

 

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It all started on the 8th April 2016, which was my first day in Tenece, the day of the Genesys Tech-hub orientation by the company and the introduction of the Genesys PROGRAM to all the IT Students. This was a day that would forever be indelible in my memory due to the mixed feelings I had that day, I started the day with fears because of the new environment I entered and also because I don’t know what I was expecting. I got to the office around 9.24 am, but the occasion started around 12.15 pm with an opening prayer from one of the   IT STUDENTS. Then introduction of some Tenece staffs present and we, the IT students introduced ourselves one after the other. A woman that was referred to as MUMMY by the Tenece staffs came in to present to us about the work ethics of the company, another Tenece staff presented to us on software development. After that, we were given foods and drinks for refreshment, it was as if they knew that most of us were exhausted. The worst of the day came when we were given both individual (IQ) and team (BEHAVIOURAL) test, which without being told, I knew that my performance was poor, especially in the IQ test. The day then ended with remarks and closing prayer by some IT students.

After doing some company’s work like formatting and installation of OS and device drivers to year one UNN student’s laptops, scanning and sorting of OMR sheets, etc. The main Genesys PROGRAM started which includes lectures and practical which lasted for like two weeks. Then came the almighty TAW1(task and appraisal week 1), where I was given a task to MODEL A LIBRARY DATABASE, this gave me a sleepless night for the whole week, and I completed the task within the given time limit. The worst part of this TAW was that there was this thing called PROBATION which everybody was afraid of. After the TAW1, the class continued for another two weeks and we had TAW2, which comprised of both individual and team work task. I belong to TEAM3 that comprises of six members and we were given a task to develop a TRANSCRIPT GENERATING APPLICATION which is yet to be appraised. Then early this august, I was assigned a mentor MICHAEL MUONEKE who has been carrying me along in all that he does for the company. He has also equipped me with necessary basics of database which is my area of interest. He also taught me things that will help in my personal development. I have travelled to places with him to meet some clients of the company.

Finally, I have gained a lot from the Genesys Program ranging from the manner I conduct myself now to my tremendous improvement in software development and networking. Let me say a big thanks Tenece for establishing this program for the IT students.

Contributed by:

Ezeme Onyenezi
Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo – Computer Science.


I wish I have the opportunity to undertake my Genesys Tech-hub experience at Tenece Professional Services”, Toochi my friend lamented. She did not receive a call back letter.

On the 7th, of April 2016, I was invited for the Tech-hub orientation. We were introduced to some of the company executives and the different sectors of the company. For the next three weeks, I was assigned different tasks, ranging from menial task to nerve-racking task, this includes: developing software systems etc. During this period, I was granted access into the software and networking department where I observed the mystery behind the creation & operation of software systems and was trained on basic computer networking in the networking department. I have always had a diverse cluster of intellectual interest, but after much deliberation following the first two weeks, I decided to focus on software development, because I wanted a challenging field that would hone my analytical and creative skills for the future.

The Genesys program, kicked off in the month of May. At first, it was the usual classroom activity, where I had different facilitators training me on programming (C# and asp.net), database (Sql) and networking. This continued, until the third week of May, when I had my first Task and Appraisal Week (TAW) experience. At the beginning of the week, I was assigned various tasks, which has to be completed before the end of the week. These tasks were meant to help me practice all I have been taught over the past weeks. The TAW week was so tasking, I had to stay up late most nights, trying to meet the project deadline. The TAW continued every third week of the month. The program has helped in sculpting my ability on leadership, team work and cooperate responsibility, while helping me identify with some of my veiled potentials. The Job-readiness training and mock interviews, has prepared me for finding employment in the future. I am now comfortable speaking to a large audience as well as potential employers and superiors. As the saying goes “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. I enjoyed hanging out with my Genesys colleagues, especially during the last TGIF party. Some of whom are now my friends.

This program, has provided me to a significant extent, the critical tools I need to realize my career aspiration. I am forever grateful to Tenece for this great opportunity.

Contributed by:

Okeke Gloria
Enugu State University – Computer Engineering

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I officially resumed my IT training on the 11th of April 2016. I remember how nervous I was on that day, I glanced around and wondered why the company was just an association of young people. I received a warm reception from the staff and I even ate birthday cake.

Initially, I thought since I was going to be paid for the program, I was not going to learn much; it will just be normal office routine like come as early as 8:am, sit down in the office, run some errands, eat buns in the kitchen, by 5pm go home. To my pleasant surprise, none of my predictions came true.

The first week was very informative, my supervisors took me to various departments, gave me eBooks, video tutorials and assignment. After a couple of weeks, I was assigned to a team and was given a project to work on; this was when I realized that I was in the best place for my IT. My dream in life is to work in a challenging firm, so finally my dream has become a reality.

After some months, I was I assigned to a mentor, I was indeed lucky to have Mrs. Susan Chikezie Obinna as my mentor. This time I was exposed to real practice, I went to University of Nigerian Enugu Campus (UNEC) to train lecturers on an application called MOODLE (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment), the training required me to train lecturers on how to use the MOODLE, the lecturers asked a lot of questions which I had to answer all, was nerve-wracking at first but my supervisor was guiding and correcting my mistakes.

The fun of it all was that I have different opportunities to learn, I learn from my Tutors, I learn from my Mentor, I learn through eBooks and video Tutorials, Tenece also reserves the last Friday of the month for a Knowledge Sharing Section called (KSS).  You know all work without play makes Jack a dull boy, Tenece organized Thank God is Friday (TGIF) every three month.

In span of not less than six months, I realized that I can do best in Database administration; I now have a strong passion for it.

I want to say a big thank you to God Almighty for His grace and to the management of Tenece for the privilege.

Contributed by:

Onwukwe Goodluck
Enugu State University – Computer Engineering.

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I currently, am doing my Genesys tech-hub experience at Tenece Professional services Enugu. Initially, my first thought was to learn only database but to my pleasant surprise, I’m been taught database, networking, asp.net, c#, web design etc. Tenece is a modern, fast-paced company while other companies were going through financial troubles during the economic downturn, Tenece prospered.

My first week was very informative. Our supervisors helped us to understand how the program is going to run. After a couple of weeks, we were ready to start on a first Task and appraisal. We were all assigned different project. At first I was afraid but later it was an enjoyable experience and I loved every step of it.

Genesys is really a nice place to be, filled with great voracious programmers. It taught me how to be responsible and to handle my finances. How to interact with my co-workers, and also learn punctuality, have a professional attitude in order to fit in the competitive market. In a way, it is almost like I had learned real life skills in under four months; being part of Genesys will always be a big part of me maturing and becoming a young adult. The onsite work experience was also educative; it improved my communication with people. I also worked under remote support for one month, it was nerve-wracking but my mentor Mrs. Chineze was there every step of the way, guiding and correcting my mistakes. Time flew by, it became part of me. Both of my supervisors, Susan and Michael were always there for us, their advice has proven to be beyond helpful.

All in all, my stay in Tenece so far has taught me many good things which includes; always having an open mind and being willing to work in any type of work environment. I really don’t know where I would be if I wasn’t part of Genesys because without them, I would have never learned what I have. The experience I have gathered so far in Genesys will give me a bright future in the ICT industry, I wish that Genesys should continue to build potential Nigerian students. Genesys is the best for ICT interns quote me anywhere.

Contributed by:

Mba Josephine
Ebonyi State University – Computer Science


I chose to do the Genesys tech-hub at Tenece because I knew it was a great organization that reaches out to all kinds of people. Tenece has a broad range of clients and I believe the various services they provide help target all of those different needs.

My first day on the job was May 11, 2016. I remember walking in very nervous and taking a seat and I was to go join my colleague at Genesys, a program for the interns. They clearly explained what they expected and walked us through the steps. I remember leaving with a smile on a face, happy that I had commenced my first job. The first week was very informative. Our supervisors helped us become familiar with programming languages and networking packages. We played with it, did tutorials, did assignments until we knew what we were doing like the backs of our hands.  Finally, after a couple of weeks we were ready to start on a first project (TAW1&2). We were all assigned different clients and began building websites. It was an enjoyable experience and I loved every step of it.

Meanwhile because of my strong interest in networking, I was opportune to go with the networking team to different institutions (Abia state university, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu state University of Science and Technology, Institute of Management and technology) where we mounted and configured radios, we also went for maintenance which was educative and enjoyable experience and I loved.

Finally, my tech-hub experience has taught me many beneficial things. To always have an open mind and be willing to work in any type of work environment. To be willing to adapt to fit in a new work place; and to always be respectful and kind to not only my future supervisors, but my coworkers as well. What I have learned in the span of less than three months will always be a big part of me growing up. I’m looking forward to taking what I’ve learned and applying it.

Contributed by:

Anyanwu Kenechukwu
Imo State University – Electrical and Electrical Engineering


Surrounded by stars, experts in their field of career, ‘gods’ to my desires and quest for knowledge, amazingly young yet experienced leaders, mentors and teachers, serene, well equipped and comfortable work place and of course colleagues who turned family, the past six months of my life is worth a fortune yet it came on a platter of gold. All thanks to Tenece professional services; where young minds are breed, united as one big family profound technological solution to the ever insatiable human wants, making lives easier for individuals and the world a better place.

Randy Paush, a professor of computer science, human-computer interactions and design at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America, famous for his spectacular speeches once said “experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted”. I guess he had a totally different case on his mind because the experiences I had is totally beyond what I ever imagined and bargained for, having in mind what any other company would offer students on Industrial Training.

From the outset, right from the day of our orientation; the reception, the chats with staff and getting to know what a great package in Genesys that Tenece had in store for me and my colleagues I saw an opportunity that doesn’t come by every day and therefore exposed my mind to what would be an everyday learn new thing package. We were duly introduced to the family as I would love to say, and everybody I met had something peculiarly spectacular about him or her: the workaholics, the smart and intelligent yet humble, the prayerful, the generous, the “mothers”, the “fathers “and comedians who ensures you are never bored.

Definitely, I have gotten to improve many aspects of my life from writing computer program codes to communicating and relating with people better, learning what it takes to get you into the labour market and keep you there, learning soft skills like punctuality, courtesy in work places and getting the all-important exposure to the world outside school. The laughter and joy you get in AY concerts and shows that costs millions of naira is nothing compared to that during classes, KSS, TGIF, MICASA and while working; forgetting you have even worked extra hours, doing extra days and travelled long distance.

The only source of knowledge is experience according to Albert Einstein but the experiences I had at Tenece professional services brought much more: information, education, exposure, mentors and friends and I want to thank everybody that is part of this experience and in a special way, the board of directors, Tenece professional services for this wonderful opportunity. May God almighty take us all to greater heights.

Contributed by:

Asogwa Kenechukwu
Enugu State University – Computer Engineering.


Working in Tenece Professional Services with staff corporations and sharing of ideas among themselves like a family is the most inspiring experience I have ever had. I was fortunate enough to have experienced firsthand and learned many different specializations in computer science.

Reflecting back to my first day at Tenece, it was one of the most memorable days of my life, I was opportune to join the staff in course registration of students, which was the first task I was assigned to do. Within the first week of resuming work, I was assigned to format, install operating system and drivers pack to new computer systems with my colleagues, I also joined network teams that went to University of Nigeria, Nsukka to do the same task. That was my first visit to Nsukka, I was very grateful to be part of that journey.

At times, I used to imagine real life experience about database which is my area of interest, however during our classes, the facilitators expounded more on database design. I grasped the concept of database, thereby observing the approach to a good database model therefore concentrating more on database normalization, constraints, syntax and query in respect to SQL (structured query language) and also gathered some experience in networking and asp.net programming.

Furthermore, it is so practicable that Tenece has impacted in me the need of working with time in other to meet deadline to a task, I was overwhelmed at the initial time we did the first task and appraisal but with the help of my supervisors, I got used to the system. However, I observed that working in a co-operate company requires the skill of working as a team and also being optimistic to your target. There were many times I was unable to meet up to the target of the day, which made me stay much longer than normal at work just to make sure I finished my task. This in some ways reminds me of my late night study sessions at university which continues while working at Tenece.

Overall, this is my greatest IT experience I have ever had, oh! I don’t feel like going back to school again, it is a thing of joy to see my dream coming to reality. What an encounter!

Contributed by:

Ananaba Lucy
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike – Computer Science

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A thing of Beauty is a joy forever”. This is what comes to my mind when I reminisce on my experience at The Genesys program. The 7th Day of April 2016 was the beginning of the “sea of uncertainty” in my life; my first day at Tenece professional services. Prior to that day, I received a text message on my phone informing me of the tech-hub orientation. Oh I felt like I won the lottery! I would be privileged to work with Tenece for a period of six months. I have a good laugh when I remember how I guarded my phone like a mother hen guards her fluffy little chicks to ensure nobody tampers with my mail; I was on top of the world.

The sweet beginning of The Genesys program became the bitter end to my life as a student. I conformed to office etiquettes, my nonchalant attitude gave way to a professional and practical approach, I even had to work on my sleeping routine, trust me you won’t dare to miss the bus or arrive after the scheduled time especially if “Oga Emma” is the transit bus driver – an encounter with him will mark the beginning of a sour morning for you. From being crop of students with just aspirations we became work-in-progress industrial trainees. We had facilitators who took us through rigorous exercises in software and networking; theoretical and practical and trips to tertiary schools, amiable supervisors who guided us through the different Tasks and Appraisals mapped out for the program and encouraged us when the odds were up against us; we always had them to lean on. “Namo” (Mr. Nnamdi Anika) had a way of creating a relaxed but respected aura and always insisted tasks are taken beyond the comfort zone. “Susu” (Mrs. Susan Obinna) was always there to support and encourage us and “Mikey” (Mr. Michael Muoneke) always has an interesting way of discerning events which also made me envision challenges differently.

Working in Tenece made me a team-player, courteous and consistent in my affairs. I made presentations, shot intriguing presentations videos, submitted Activity reports, attended Knowledge Sharing Sessions and worked under intense pressure. I was also mentored by Mrs. Amaka Paddy-Okafor on Business Development strategies, believe me; I was in competition with myself. Nevertheless, I became more sociable and engaged in events organized by the Firm. Oh yeah “all work and no play…”

The Genesysprogram has empowered me in all spheres of life. Regrettably, choices are crossroad; I need to complete my tertiary education before proceeding to this platform I have achieved. Thank you Tenece Professional Services for this life changing experience. Now as a beneficiary I can proudly say “odigo” a Tenece way of saying “Successful”.

Contributed by:

Uzokwe Callista
Madonna University – Computer Science.

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The time far spent in Tenece has been inspiring, influencing and of course has been fun too. I must confess that my life has been affected positively academically, morally and otherwise. Concurrently, the said changes didn’t just emanate, of course environment as the basic factor facilitated these changes.

Tenece Professional Services as the name implies is a professional office environment which is characterized by; (a) Strong team spirit – Band of Bros which means having team-bonding activities that let the team focus on the positive sides of each member and negates the negative ones. Celebration of events like birthdays for each member to show the exclusivity (b) Transparent and open communication skills (c) Cooperate dressing mode etc. As a young student, these attributes have really imbibed office ethics in me.

Being in a digital age, Tenece is operated by young minds who have greater potentials to improve the society. I must say that from the Managing Director (MD) Mr. Kingsley Eze down to the last staff in the company have in one way or the other impacted in me, my fellow IT students are no exceptions. The Tenece Genesys program has given me the opportunity to acquire various skills which have really developed me, and have as well prepared me for the journey ahead.

To the management of this great company, I’ll say a very big thank you for giving me the opportunity to be part of this awesome program, I promise to put in my very best while in the system and to make use of the skills and morals acquired.

Contributed by:

Onyeaka Ugochukwu
Abia State University – Computer Science.


The Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is a skills development program initiated by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in 1973, to bridge the gap between theory and practice among students of engineering and technology in Institutions of Higher Learning in Nigeria.

Having been a part of this program for the last six months at Tenece Professional Services Limited, has exposed me to a whole different side of life and I learnt so much both at the office and socially. From April to September, I was under a very rigid schedule along with 26 other students from various schools in the south east. From 8:00am to 5:00pm we were the office taking classes, working on various projects, travelling and TAW’s (more on that later) as part of the companies tech-hub program codenamed Genesys.

The classes were on the C# programming language, structured query language (Sql), asp.net and how networks work. There was also the lecture on big data (which I had never heard of until then) from Mr. Nelson Iheuko. From time to time we were divided into groups and given a project to work on which had a deadline to be submitted. After the first few months, we were assigned mentors who guided us along our chosen area of interest and assisted us if we encountered any difficulties work related and otherwise. All this helped me to appreciate, how different life was outside school and in the workplace while helping me gain much needed experience in information technology.

Working at Tenece involves a lot of travelling and we in the Genesys program were not exempt from this as we had to travel to different schools to work. This included sorting exam scores supplying books and for those who chose networking as their area of interest (mine was C#), hands on networking jobs.

Task and Appraisal Week (TAW), was a week set apart for a sort of recap on what we had learnt so far. This included projects, presentations, tests and sleepovers. At the end of which we would all be thoroughly exhausted.

Overall, the last six months have been very enlightening to me and I wouldn’t change anything about it. I would like to thank the management of Tenece professional services for this opportunity, all that I have learnt and the new friends I’ve made.

Contributed by:

Udeh Ugochukwu.
Federal University of Technology Owerri – Physics

 


Finding a place to attach myself to for my three-month IT was quite difficult until I got introduced to Tenece. I resumed work late when classes had gone far and most of the craziest things had happened. It has been an amazing experience for me. Every single day has always been something to write home about. Monday, my first day sort of showed me how crazy the ride was going to be. After the usual morning devotion, I was forced to roam about to meet every person in the office. It sounds normal, only if you weren’t introduce by Kenechukwu. Hearing that I was from Afe Babalola University was a surprise to them that I was from the west. Some of them never let it go and kept calling me Afe babalola. Being a Yoruba guy made it a little difficult to comprehend their Igbo jokes but I got the idea. I had my first networking class on Friday about IP addressing and Subnetting and it was very enlightening.

The next week, I went on my first field trip to UNN to assign IP and restore internet connection and it was exciting even though we had to do work. Every single networking person in my office is a little crazy. Finding faults in every English statement spoken was our specialty. Every senior staff gets cracked up when we start blowing our grammar. Task and appraisal week is always fun just for me actually, since I joined late and unfortunately couldn’t take part in the project and couldn’t get scolded for it. Every single day is a new experience with different characters in showcase; Chidiebere, Ebuka, Kenechukwu… It’s a mad house and it has really been a great experience for me.

Contributed by:

Alaje Vincent
Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti – Computer Engineering


During my tech-hub experience at Tenece professional service I was fortunate enough to have learn how to interact with my co-workers, work with different types of people, and also learn punctuality. In a way, it was almost like I had learned real life skills in under 6 months. I will never forget my first job experience. My first day at the job was April 11, 2016.Tenece is an IT firm. Initially, my first day I was working in a cubicle, entering data in a computer. Tenece professional service. is a modern, fast-paced company. They are IT firm that manages school website & CBT examination, banking system, and lot more with the latest technology you can ever think of.

I remembered walking in very nervous and taking a seat behind. Our supervisor welcomed us warmly. They clearly explained what they expected and walked us through the steps. The first week was very informative. Our supervisors helped us become familiar with “Visual Studio and SQL Server”. We did tutorials, did assignments until we knew what we were doing like the backs of our hands.  Finally, after a couple of weeks we were ready to start on a first project (Taw 1). We were all assigned to different area of our interest. And began working on different project. It was an enjoyable experience and I loved every step of it.

We also embarked on onsite training. It required us to speak in front of people and be willing to answer questions. It was nerve-wracking but my supervisor Mr. Michael and Mrs. Susan was there every step of the way, guiding and correcting my mistakes. Week by week. We had a little party and had a great time. My supervisors, Michael and Susan gave us some useful advice on furthering our future careers. That advice has proven to be beyond helpful and I’m sure it will take me a long way.

Overall, my work experience at Tenece professional service was positive. It made me willing to adapt to fit in a new workplace, and to always be respectful and kind to not only my future supervisors, but my co-workers as well. What I have learned in the span of less than six months will always be a big part of me growing up. I really don’t know where I would be if I didn’t take this job opportunity because without it, I would have never learned what I have. I’d like to thank Genesys founders and Tenece for providing me with this wonderful experience.

Contributed by:

Onuchukwu Somto
Enugu State University – Computer Science


I always loved technology; it was virtually everything to me. I wanted to use it to create a difference, I wanted to not just be a user but also a maker, the urge to create something that people will rely on having the future in perspective.

Based on the system of education around, we were not giving enough opportunity to practically get ourselves into this process. The school wasn’t giving me the real things I needed to get out there into the society to create the much difference I so clamored for. When the IT process came up it was a welcomed and overwhelming experience for me which I intended to utilize effectively, I wanted to use it as an avenue to personally improve my programming skills so I had to search for organizations that will improve me beyond my limits and Tenece matched up to that standard, so I applied and thank God I was accepted.

During the task and appraisal weeks, the task was very interesting, we were asked to submit our CV, write a personal introductory letter, and do an introductory video presentation, individual research assignments based on our personal area of strengths. We were then divided into different groups to work together as a team with different tasks and deadlines and prices also accompanied the tasks, these made us to go all out and bring our best to the team.

Although all these new strategies and invention all came with their own specific challenges and success stories but it was a new avenue for us to clearly think and look beyond the four walls of our institutions into the society at large and how real things are being done out there.
Tenece became my home even as the entire genesis team became my family, this organization exceeded all my expectation in all ramification. From the monthly KSS to the proposal and trips to different schools; to the mentorship programs, all these were designed to improve us in line with the global trends.

I wouldn’t fail to appreciate Mr. Nnamdi Anika for all his efforts to see that we get the best and also Mr. Michael Muoneke and Mrs. Susan Chikezie, who had always been there to support. I thank the Tenece team for this wonderful platform.

Finally, I want to tell every youth out there that opportunities are the bedrock of success, your IT period is a time for you to acquire enough skills and improve yourself, don’t misuse it, don’t jostle it for financial gains rather utilize it to build skills and capacities, enhance your productivity and create a difference in your society.

Contributed by:

Ugwueke Arinze Victor
Enugu State University – Computer Engineering


Working in a corporate environment like Tenece Professional Services is a lifetime experience that has strengthened my technology outlook, particularly in the areas of Network Engineering. This platform, the Genesys, has provided ample opportunities for me to acquire new skills while enhancing my knowledge base. For ease of reference, I have decided to breakdown my experience into three major categories; the moral and character building, skills acquisition and office etiquette.

Primarily, I have acquired a positive disposition from an expression, reasoning and attitudinal standpoint. Prior to my enrollment into this program, I was predisposed to adopt a lackadaisical attitude towards everything. Currently, I have become deliberate in my choices; what I do, how I do it, what I say and how I say it. The Genesys tech-hub program exposed my strengths & weaknesses, and enabled me evaluate my interests. I appreciate the words of exhortation during the usual Morning Prayer Sessions and the Knowledge Sharing Session (KSS), where various ideas are unleashed to update, encourage and strengthen the employees. Most importantly is the embodiment of teamwork displayed throughout the organization.

On a different note, the program was well structured. There were sufficient materials for the program and the facilitators were willing to impact knowledge. I became a part of the Network & Communications Solutions Unit, a team where everyone is a valued resource person. Frankly, I had little or no knowledge in Network Engineering and have made immense progress in this field of study. I was exposed to different networking tools, materials, devices and kits. In developing my skills, I was able to setup and configure radios, radios-servers, routers and switches. I was also exposed to Software Engineering fundamentals (ASP.net, MSSQL database, C #).

Finally, I have also been exposed to the general office etiquette; professional appearance, communication skills, strategic thinking, time management, client & customer satisfaction, crisis management and issues resolution.

I wish to express my deepest gratitude to Mr. Mumson Chukwulete, who was appointed my mentor, for the support and professional guidance. I would also like to thank Mr. Nnamdi Anika (Head of OPS), and the Program Coordinators, Mr. Michael Muoneke and Mrs. Susan Obinna. A special appreciation must be given to the entire management and staff of Tenece, thank you for making the Genesys tech-hub an unforgettable experience.

Contributed by:

Elebe Okwuchukwu
Ebonyi State University – Computer Science


On the 7th day of April 2016, we were all gathered in the conference room waiting for the orientation to start. An Orientation which was earlier communicated to us. Looking at the staff coming in to greet us and setup their equipment for the day left me imagining how wonderful the Journey of my 6 months Industrial training would be. On the 11th day of April 2016, the Genesys Program kicked off with 13 people and today 20th August 2016 I have experienced a lot In Tenece. The Genesys program was at some point very tough (Task and Appraisal Week TAW), at some other point been enjoying (Genesys colleagues and Thank God is Friday) and inspiring (knowledge sharing section and mentorship)

The Tough part: – Task and Appraisal Week was introduced to measure the level at which we assimilated. It is usually held on the third week of every month. During my stay we only had it twice. The first TAW was not easy as we were given individual tasks to develop within a short time frame, my task was to develop a windows form calculator with button digits, when I have never developed a thing like that before in C# (a programming language). I spent most of my time reading, researching and getting help from more advanced programmers (Chisom and Susan) till I got the job done and I was the 2nd runner up for that edition. After That few weeks later TAW2 came up. TAW2 was more challenging more difficult we were grouped into 4 groups and given the group tasks. My group was given a task to design a Document Management System, it was so challenging that my group remained behind after work for a couple of days and also passed a night in a colleague’s house in order to get the job ready before the day of presentation.

The Inspiring Part: – During my stay in Tenece every last Friday of the month is the knowledge sharing section(KSS) and it has been very inspiring because the amount of useful information which will be passed across starting from the office etiquette down to Benefits of saving. Every topic treated was motivating. The mentorship, few weeks before the closure of the Genesys program mentorship paring was introduced just to show Tenece products and services at work. Samuel Akpoghene was my mentor and throughout the mentorship period I have been to a lot of schools such as UNN, OKO poly, ABSU etc. for either network setup or maintenance and also done a lot of radio configurations (Wi-Fi).

The Fun part:-I will say that almost all the 6 months I spent were enjoyable and fun. Meeting people from different universities and working together with them. The fact that am being paid to learn was another interesting part of it all, I thank the management for their generosity. The TGIF was also very fun the games, comedy and all that happened that day. Having our coordinators (Michael and Susan) coming every morning to scold us or advise us was also a moment I wouldn’t forget so soon.

If this 6 months tech-hub can be extended I will gladly remain behind to make sure that the real working experience and wonderful advice does not stop. My IT in Tenece has taught me a lot of things starting from ability to adapt and work in any type of work environment and ability of good team playing. My tender appreciation goes to the management of Tenece Professional Services for this great opportunity.  My industrial training was wonderful and fun filled.

Contributed by:

Udenwani Nonso
Enugu State University – Computer Engineering

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A big stone coloured building in the middle of nowhere, looking down on me with great intimidation, and thus  began my tech-hub experience which would later come to be known to me as ‘THE GENESYS’.

I actually came as a ‘tag along’ and had no surety of getting attached with the great TENECE, since the person I tagged along with obviously had some influence and I on the other hand had none. I called Tenece great because they’re at the forefront as far as information technology is concerned. They have a whole lot of solutions for different organisations in the educational and banking sector as well as the public sector. I had heard a lot about them before I walked through those glass doors that let me into a posh looking reception with a mean looking receptionist.

We asked for Mr Anika as we were told and the next thing that happened was quite surprising. We were given an aptitude test to write and told that we would be contacted in the near future. I was called upon the next day to report to the office to commence my Industrial Training (Surprising I told you).

On my first day, everything was normal up until I got into the pool room for the interns and saw twenty other people in the room. I went in, introduced myself and settled in. Tenece has a lot of young people who are vibrant, smart and innovative. I love working with young people as they give you the opportunity to ‘show yourself’.  During the first few weeks, we learned quite a lot about software development and networking (I’m not particularly interested in networking). I majored in programming and web development and started getting the hang of it around my second week. Everything was going so well until Nnamo, the manager announced task and appraisal week. Task and appraisal week is a week that can be likened to the US Navy S.E.A.L’s hell week. The pressure was off the roof! I was to develop my first windows form application, to record, edit and present a video about my experience in Genesys and finally to ensure that I got hired in a mock recruitment program. I was the only one who got hired (Can you believe that?) and won Five thousand naira. The week was so stressful, I barely had any sleep.

If I keep talking about the ‘academic’ aspects, I probably won’t stop writing this essay. There was something else I noticed; these people know how to party. They have this party that happens on the last Friday of every quarter.  It is called TGIF. The way the office transformed from serious to fun was so shocking, I nearly spit my guts. We had the party at the poolside (Oh! I forgot to mention that they have a pool. Can you believe it? A pool!). Even the CEO was in attendance. Yes, the great and mighty Sir K was there. The party was awesome and everyone had so much fun. In there with the fun, we also played a soccer game against the staff of Tenece and I scored an offside goal which was an awful reminder of how horrible I am at sporting activities.

The Genesys mentorship program which I am passing through at the time of writing this essay is another one of the great experiences. We were assigned mentors to learn directly from and to get polished by. The mentorship program has exposed me to a whole lot from business skills to knowledge of advanced programming. When I get back to school, my course mates will see a totally new person.

In conclusion, I must express my profound gratitude to Mr Nnamdi Anika, who was willing to give me a shot. I also thank the facilitators of the Genesys program and all the staff of Tenece for making me feel like family.

Contributed by:

Nwangwu Ositadinma
Nnamdi Azikiwe University – Computer Science

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The journey of a thousand mine begins with one step.”

The journey of Genesys (“GENESYS – SYSTEM” the beginning of processes) all began on the 11th of April 2016 with the Orientation, where the Tenece Professional Services Team of expertise unveiled the program. From expressions on their faces, I could tell they were all glad, full of excitement of having us in the program, but with a more intent look, one could say they were more interested in what we would turn out to be by the end of the program. I noted that their expectation was high, then I remembered that “to him whom much is given much is expected”, immediately I knew we have not only come to work but also to learn a lot and shape our future.

Along these journey of Genesys, we were all introduced to C#, Database (MSQl), ASP.NET and networking, from which we were to choose our area of interest and pursue it, of which I chose c#, MSQL and ASP.NET (Software). As at that point in time I only knew VB (Visual Basic), I really wondered how possible it would be for me to become good in these three broad area I choose. With the help of the facilitators in the respective areas who better than good with them, I began to learn them bit by bit. However, I found out that some members of Genesys were already into either HTML, PHP or MVC and there I was with VB, quickly I pick up videos, books and began work, both at home and in the office. Would not believe that I wrote or designed my first Html page here as a Genesys 015? I guess No, but that is the truth. I virtually asked people how I could do almost everything.

Within our curriculum, we have a week for task and appraisal, which was called TAW (Task and Appraisal Week). It was used to evaluate our progress in the area we chose, with the presentation of real life scenarios of what is obtainable and standard. We had TAW 1 which focused more on personal evaluation of skills in your area of interest while TAW 2 was focused on team work evaluation. The TAW was an opportunity to prove to yourself that you are a better person than you were when you started this journey. Unlike other firms, Tenece professional services saw the importance of knowledge of everything and introduced what is termed KSS (Knowledge Sharing Session), which holds on every last Friday of the month. In KSS you get to learn from what other staff know. Without dwelling on the KSS, I saw the importance of having fun in mist of work. Tenece workers made life and work look very easy and fun with the continuous celebration of birthday, playing of football and most especially TGIF.  These are some experience that when I recall them, I say to myself Best IT ever. Well it didn’t stop at that alone, as the six months drew closer a mentorship scheme came about, all genesis member was given a mentor, according to your field and other factors that was considered. For some of us, we felt they (Tenece were tried of us, not knowing they only provided a shoulder we can stand on and reach our dreams. With my mentor I saw a better, advanced way of writing program with good standard and structuring.

Making money must not be in bulk, but can also be in providing service which would cut across a good number of people, which when collected together it makes up millions, this strategy is what Tenece works by and have also come in terms with it. A lot can still be said about my experience in TENECE GENESYS PROGRAM but I would like to stop at this. I really appreciate being part of this program.

BEST  I.T EVER!!!

Contributed by:

Nzeh Davison
University of Nigeria, Nsukka – Electronic Engineering.

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As I walked into the isolated corner of the Tenece building, I was surprised to see a group of youngsters being taught by a man, who I was later to know as “Chisom” – the go to guy for C#. These youngsters that would later be my colleagues were writing a short quiz and most of them didn’t know what to write and neither did I. Chisom started asking questions to each person individually but nobody knew the answer, so I hid behind the column at the center of the room so I wouldn’t be called on. Only a few knew the answers, and these few were later known as the “veracious” programmers or in other words Chisom’s men.  After the quiz, we were then given the task of designing a bulk SMS application, I took up the role as one of the database designers. It was great way to apply what I had learnt in university, into a product that would be sold.

The first week of Genesys tech-hub was intensive, with my team and me trying to design the best database. We worked during the weekend at a colleague’s home and got late night calls to submit the database architecture in order for the other groups to begin their work. In addition to the project, there was a football match between us interns (Genesys) and Tenece staff. Luckily for the Tenece staff they managed to win thanks to some help from the referee. Just within the first week I learned three aspects of teamwork, helping others within the group, allocating tasks based on strengths and the importance of meeting set deadlines for other group members to do their part.

As time went on, workload dropped dramatically as the project drew to a close. So it was paramount to start utilizing the time to attain goals. These goals included polishing my Photoshop design skills, creating more databases and expanding my knowledge in Networks. For Photoshop, I could easily seek help from a colleague Arinze. From designing logos to editing pictures, it was amazing what we achieved with Photoshop and even more amazing were the works we saw online and trying to meet that standard.

The other goal was networks. Though it was difficult to mix the activities of database with networks, thanks to the dedicated Ekene, I was able to make significant progress in Networks. I learnt how to simulate packet routing with Cisco Packet Tracer, Subnetting and crimping copper cables. As usual my colleagues were there to help me achieve this goal. I learnt the importance of knowledge sharing and interactions with my colleagues- which I quickly learnt was an efficient way of expanding one’s knowledge.

Then came Task and Appraisal Week the great “TAW”. I heard so much about TAW, how it could easily lead to probation, the late nights and the stress.  The TAW was exciting; the theme was all about team work. From presentations about the team, to individuals then to the tasks. Namu (Mr. Anika) was very being hard my group and forced us to raise the standard of my presentations. Susu (Susan) was always there to smile and encourage us and Michael’s way of thinking was different which brought a new aspect to any work done. Their doors were always opened to receive questions which aided us in the direction we were heading. While doing the TAW tasks for the database design, I would always meet Uche my mentor for help.  The Genesys office was once again vibrant.  However, just like the first week’s project, TAW became TAM (Task and Appraisal Month). Due to peak period of client related projects, it was difficult to complete the TAW.  Despite this setback, I was motivated by my peers to delve into an area I didn’t plan on learning and that was C# and ASP.net. I learnt how fascinating C# can be by designing an advanced calculator as well as an offline currency converter.

Towards the end of my experience I was introduced to a mentorship program. During that time my peers and I were engrossed more into office work. From the long trip to Oko to interesting trips to Abia State University and University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Meeting different clients helped me learn how to relate with customers. I remember when we had to do work under the rain in Oko, none of our client’s workers offered any help rather provided constant complaints, being sage and polite was the best way to handle the work through the stress, because at the end of the day the customer is always right.

Overall Namu, Susu, Michael and all the other great staff members made it a great experience. From improving my teamwork skills, learning the importance of knowledge sharing and raising the bar of quality of work, these were lessons that I’d take with me from this program. Lastly, working with very helpful “youngsters” made it even more enjoyable, especially arguments about speaking proper English in the office.

Contributed by:

Amazigo Chuma
Ashesi University, Ghana – Management Information Service


It was the beginning of a new dawn, and it is said that a new dawn is a fine start to the new expanded Universe. IT is the Universe, and the Universe is IT. Tenece Professional Services succeeded in exposing me to the IT world with the program, “GENESYS”.

GENESYS is a group of young, vibrant, talented, and aspiring students from different Nigerian Universities Nationwide.

It all started with an Orientation Program where we were all briefed about the working conditions here at Tenece and how things were done here. The whole thing was a new life to me, having left the Campus Environment, and coming to a Working Environment. It was Awesome! My First Day here in TENECE, I was handed an Online Biometric Form to get filled for Students. At First, I thought that was how the whole Program would look like. The First week was more of Operations (OPS) work and formatting of Laptops.

Anticipations were high as weeks passed by. The Genesys Program formerly kicked off as we were handed our Curriculum. The Program was Split into 2 Divisions: Software and Network. The Software Group was where I belonged to and it consists of Database (SQL), C#, ASP.NET etc. I must Confess, this was one of the Best Moments of my Life, not just because I was with TENECE, but because I was going to be trained by IT Experts. I had a total of 5 Facilitators, of which 4 where Software Experts and the Latter was a Network Expert. The Genesys Started!!

The Classes began well, Projects, tasks were given and were completed according to our skill-set. Complaints were rising initially, about some people not being carried along. It’s a normal thing when it comes to Programming. With time, we all started making adjustments and started to follow up.

Weeks later, TAW (Task and Appraisal Week) was introduced to Genesys as one of the tasks we would encounter in the Course of the Program.

  • TAW was one of the most exciting and tasking aspects of GENESYS.
  • TAW really influenced my life positively.
  • TWA was a test of how well you can work under pressure.
  • TAW was a test of who you really are and what you can do.

TAW 1! It started by giving us Individual tasks to be completed within stipulated time. TAW 1 also comprised of video shoots covering our working experience so far.

As weeks passed, I came to observe that that’s it’s not all about the “Work”, there were the leisure time which we used to ease off stress. We had weekend hangouts, OPS TGIF, birthdays and so on. I came up with my own little Conclusion, “Work Hard, Play Hard”

here i am now, filled with enormous skills and zealous enough to attain a much greater height in life. just as the famous Steve Jobs said “The  only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.” Tenece has shown me light by giving us GENESYS. I find myself very lucky to be part of this program and i also promise to be a great ambassador of this Great Company outside the shores of this company.

I also would use this medium to appreciate everyone who contributed in making this Program a success.

God Bless GENESYS!! God Bless TENECE!!

Contributed by:

Okoro Obinna
Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture – Electrical and Electronics Engineering

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One thought on “GENESYS TECH-HUB BY TENECE

  1. Please When is the next Genesys tech hub starting… I can’t afford to miss out on this at all… I am already feeling jealous. I can’t afford to miss this again… #IREP_TENECE… #4himtech

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