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National IT agency scouts for software developers

24 September 2014, 09:26Henry Ifeanyi

Lagos - The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has instituted a national competition in an effort to promote upcoming local software developers.

E-SOLVE, as the competition is called, according to NITDA, is open to all indigenous software solution developers for mobile software solutions or web application or full-fledged enterprise software application.

The theme of this year's competition is, “Optimizing Service Delivery In The Health And Education Sector With Indigenous IT Solution.”

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Consequently, the primary factor that would be used for selection of winner for the event would be premised on the positive impact of the solution on either of the two sectors of the economy as earlier mentioned.

The event is strictly for persons of Nigerian origin hence applications from other nationals would not be considered, NITDA said.

The top three winners in the finals would enjoy financial rewards that would enable them consolidate on their software development business.

In addition, NITDA would provide a support for the overall winner to showcase the winning solution on platform such as GITEX and eNigeria.

- CAJ News


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