Abuja - Oracle Corporation has opened a temporary satellite office in Abuja as the technology giant aims to boost its presence in Nigeria.
The office was opened by the vice president of the company's Turkish, central Asian and African sectors, Gurhan Kalelioglu, as the software giant hopes to create new opportunities while serving its existing public sector customers.
Kalelioglu said that Oracle wanted to provide engineering and storage solutions for government operations in the capital city, Nigeria Communications Week reports.
The company specialises in developing and marketing computer hardware systems and enterprise software products – particularly its own brands of database management systems.
Oracle is the second-largest software company by revenue, after Microsoft.
Read more at Nigeria Communications Week.