Lagos - Digital Direct, the leading information and communications technology retailing and consulting company, has unveiled plans to expand its outlets to three major cities in the country.
The company, which a team of young Nigerian professionals runs from the United Kingdom with the support of leading international and local ICT distributors, hopes to open new outlets in Abuja, Port Harcourt and Akwa before the third quarter of this year.
Managing Director of the company, Tolu Ijogun, said the new branches would bear the hallmarks of the Digital Direct outlet which he said are breathtaking ambience of the showroom, best prices for the latest technology/computing products, capacity for high volume transactions, Grade A after sales support and a technology training centre.
He said the new branches would continue with the tradition of triggering an encounter between the consumer and the technology of renowned OEMs globally and Locally – HP, Microsoft, Samsung, Dell, Zinox, Toshiba, Lenovo, Canon, Huawei, Cisco and Dlink among others.
Ijogun said the success of the Digital Direct Experience store in Lekki Phase 1 in Lagos triggered the huge expansion programme.
He assured that, as was the arrangement in Lagos, there would be a presence of experts in the new branches to cater for all technical and product enquiries, backed by highly skilled and efficient workforce to ensure maximum client satisfaction and service delivery.
In addition, each branch would have a training facility capable of training between 1-50 people on all Hardware and Software products under the Digital Direct portfolio.
– CAJ News