Friday, February 01, 2019 08.00AM / Ottoabasi Abasiekong for Proshare WebTV
Infoware Limited a leading software solutions provider in Nigeria hosted the 2019 edition of its annual CEO forum in Lagos.
The focus was “Exploring The Expanding Options and Increasing Profitability” and brought together business and market leaders in the country.
In his opening remarks Mr Uwa Agbonile CEO of Infoware Limited thanked clients and partners for their support over the years, and the opportunities for providing value-driven service.
He said the theme for the 2019 CEO was instructive as it signified a call for companies and organizations, to rethink how to create value for consumers.
Mr Agbonile said Infoware has approached its every task with the “PID” strategy which means “Process Driven, Intentional in Actions and Doing it once and right”.
According to him the Infoware solutions powers 50% of Exchange Traded Funds in Nigeria.
The Infoware CEO also noted that it has achieved 79% customer satisfaction from its recent survey, and is poised to leverage on it to provide cutting edge services.
Speaking further he said the core objective is to facilitate businesses to achieve productivity.
On his part Mr Ayodeji Balogun the Country Manager of Afex Nigeria, a co-sponsor of the event said the Private Commodities exchange serves as an intersection between agriculture, finance and technology.
Afex Ngeria according to Mr Balogun links the commodities ecosystem with the capital market.
At the moment Afex has 45 warehouses across 13 States, with support rendered to 100,ooo farmers in the country.
“Afex is set out to unlock capital for farmers who are the smallest unit of business” he said
Looking at 2019 , Mr Ayodeji Balogun outlined the following products Afex Nigeria plans to roll out to deepen the commodities exchange market;
The Infoware CEO foum also featured an awards segment with Nigerian Stockbrokers Limted winning the “Loyalty” award.
FBN Quest Securities bagged the newest customer award while the CEO of Crossworld securities Mrs Oluwakemi Osinaike, received the Individual Category award.