Experts discuss West Africa’s ICT trends

ict-2From OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos, Nigeria
LAGOS, (CAJ News) – WEST Africa’s most influential information and communications technology executives will on Thursday gather in Nigeria for the International Data Corporation (IDC) West Africa Chief Information Officers (CIO) Summit.
The event will focus on the theme of “Enabling Dynamic Change for the Digital Era.”
Showcasing a series of informative presentations, interactive panel discussions, and best-practice case studies, the West Africa CIO Summit 2017 will see IDC analysts join forces with some of the world’s most innovative ICT vendors and end users, providing a platform for industry stakeholders to explore the latest ICT developments.
Trends shaping the region’s investment landscape and experiences of overcoming the core challenges associated with enabling digital transformation will be shared.
Mark Walker, IDC’s associate vice president for Sub-Saharan Africa, said IDC’s CIO Summit Series had been at the forefront of ICT thought leadership across the Middle East and Africa since its inception in 2008.
He said the 2017 edition for West Africa would once again leverage IDC’s expertise as the leading global ICT research and advisory services firm.
“As such, we will be convening the sector’s key stakeholders to discuss the pertinent ICT issues that are shaping the industry today and increasingly becoming the critical business differentiators of tomorrow.”
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