Lagos - Resourcery, the regional leading system integrator, announced plans to explore the viability of cloud services, increases in mobile connected devices as well as contemporary security solutions.
It said the focus would benefit customers in terms of efficiency and cost reduction.
Speaking at the company's annual general meeting in Lagos, Resourcery Board Chairman, Tayo Amusan, said the new focus was part of efforts to further reposition the company as core leaders in the industry.
Amusan said the company had continued to demonstrate strength in systems integration in the West African market, hence its position as a top partner for global technology leaders like Cisco Systems, Check Point, ArcSight, SAS and CommScope.
Amusan noted that in spite of the particular challenges faced last year from the generally harsh economic climate, the company, through hard work and dedication, had managed to protect the interest of its shareholders.
“Our turnover for the year under review increased from N5.2bn in 2011 to N5.9bn in 2012, this represents a 14 per cent top line growth. Despite the interest cost of N220m, the company achieved profit before tax of N201m, and paid N45m to shareholders as half dividend for the year-ended December 2012,” he said.
According to him, the impressive report signified the board’s commitment to the growth and development of the organization as it strives to become Africa’s preferred IT company.
Reflecting on the 2012 performance of the company, Managing Director, Tani Fafunwa, said the year provided Resourcery with the opportunity to improve on its services as well as consolidate on the gains made in 2011.
In this regard, he said the company made a number of strategic investment choices designed to expand and strengthen its solution offerings.
“From expanded vendor relationship to improved technical skills in partners solution offerings, the company implemented market strategies that aligned with its major partners for maximum benefit,” he said.
– CAJ News