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iSON group bags multiple honours at 2017 NiTA awards

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January 2, 2018 | 12:24 am
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iSON Group, one of Africa’s largest IT and ITeS companies bagged two awards at the recently held 2017 Nigerian Technology Awards, (NITA).
This is a consecutive win for iSON at NiTA. iSON Technologies a subsidiary of iSON Group carted away the coveted managed services and support company of the year award while iSON BPO International Limited, took home the innovative call center service provider of the year award.
The company believes that the awards were in recognition of its excellent contributions and achievements towards building a sustainable economy in Nigeria’s Technology space.
They say it also encourages iSON Group to further develop innovative and creative Technology solutions, which will uplift the image of Nigeria both locally and internationally.
The Nigeria Technology Awards (NiTA) is an award ceremony organised to recognize, celebrate and reward technology entrepreneurs, innovators, academicians, inventors and policy makers (Government) in Nigeria through online voting.

Accepting the awards on behalf of Ramesh Awtaney, the Founder and Chairman, iSON Group, were Sujeet Matwankar Head of Human Resources, iSON BPO, Bakare Adebayo, Deputy General Manager – HR, iSON BPO, Henry Erigha Deputy Sales Director, iSON Technologies and Cynthia Egwudobi, Business Development Executive, iSON Technologies. They all expressed excitement and gratitude for being part of the award ceremony.
Sujeet Matwankar said, “We are deeply honored to receive both awards. iSON is passionate about driving and expanding the IT / ITes / contact center industry all across our footprints around the world, especially Africa with its tremendous potential. To be recognised by NiTA, is a rewarding achievement to us.”
For over six years in Africa, iSON has been driving digital inclusion and providing end to end solutions that facilitate the growth and diversity of technology within its markets.
iSON’s investment in developing local systems and empowering local talent through skill development center has become the prototype to follow. The company has inculcated proven best practices from IT driven markets like India and reversed the exploitative trend of “taking work to IP” that was prevalent in African industry.

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