For years, analysts and intellectuals have speculated on what would be the fuel to kick-start Nigeria’s economy to restore, or even surpass, its former glory. Could it be agriculture? Could it be opening more refineries? Could it be technology? Continue reading What if Nigeria had a Tech-inclined President?
Tenecé Professional Services, for the past ten years, has lived up to its reputation of being a multi-competency enterprise transformation and technology consulting services firm, that specializes in delivering technology solutions to meet the needs of its clients.
Founded and led by CEO Mr. Kingsley Eze, Tenecé has… Continue reading Tenecé at Ten: Celebrating ten years of excellence
Over the last two decades, technology has leveraged the internet to create leading solutions that have been adopted all over the world. Nigeria is also adopting technology as a leading solution and moving past the oil and gas and manufacturing era, to cross the threshold into the Tech-Economy era. Continue reading Genesys: More than just another Tech Hub
‘Of all the hubs I’ve seen, this is certainly the largest. I didn’t have the opportunity to see all the great stuff going on here but I am truly impressed by what I have seen so far and the array of talents available in this hub gives me hope about the future of the country.’ – Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo. Continue reading Vice President of Nigeria Prof Yemi Osinbajo visits Genesys Tech Hub
Every now and then, an idea surfaces that revolutionizes an entire industry or existing market. Netflix did it with the movie industry, Uber did it with the transportation industry, and here is our new startup, PartzShop, set to do it with the automobile industry in Africa. Continue reading PartzShop: Disrupting the automobile industry
When it comes to real estate transactions, several things can go wrong; we need to be aware of some of those things in order to be better prepared for them, or better still prevent them. Continue reading THE IMPACT OF DUE DILIGENCE IN NIGERIAN REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
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