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Pioneer indigenous ICT device marketing and international reseller franchise holders, Technology Distributions “TD”, have perfected plans to move majority of its transactions to online from next year as part of business consolidation.
Explaining the emerging reforms, Mrs. Chioma Ekeh, chief executive officer, Technology Distributions said that the division called TD solutions will be critical in serving their clientele better, especially considering the present of requirement for individuals, businesses and large corporate organisations to find a solution to their everyday IT support and solution needs, regardless of how small or complicated they may be.
This formed key points of her speech during TD’s customers’ appreciation and award night, held at Eko Hotel in Lagos recently.
According to her, TD will not relent in delivering solutions to the business environment, adding that they also plan to conduct 70% of TD’s engagements with the partners and customers through online platforms from the coming year.
She said TD Solution is strategically positioned into the volume and value segments of the market; becoming a dependable platform for delivering and providing world class ICT Solutions which meets the requirements of enterprise and government clients.
While noting that “TD Solutions is peopled by some of the best brains in the industry who combine their intelligence and creativity with sourcing and making available the latest technology to develop IT solutions that will drive your business”, Mrs. Ekeh said that TD has launched its latest app on Google play store, urging the partners to download it to keep track of their operations.
Business Hilights recalls that Technology Distributions Limited (TD), a division of Zinox technologies commenced business in May 1999 as the pioneer ICT distributor in West Africa with a vision to build a globally recognized distribution company and become the key driver of technology revolution across Africa.
Giving the preliminary targets achieved at the beginning, TD boss recalled that “As the first manufacturer-accredited local distributor for the sub-region, TD, with the support of the OEMs, successfully confronted the myriad challenges posed by the hitherto unstructured market.
“Among the first measures was the formulation of a clear policy on the channel of distribution that led to the adoption of the prevailing four-tier market structure comprising Manufacturer (OEM), Distributor, Reseller and End-User.
“This development, coupled with TD’s high stocking capability, brought relief to all stakeholders by ending decades of problematic reliance on foreign distributors with no local value add,” she reemphasised.
The occasion was graced by who is who in the ICT industry including the Minister of Communications, Barrister Adebayo Shittu, Dr. Ernest Ndukwe, former EVC of NCC; Mr. Leo Stan-Ekeh, GMD of Zinox Group; Professor Sola Aderounmu, NCS President; Sir Ademola Aladekomo, former GMD of Charms Plc., among others, were the present.