Telecoms / IT[vc_row][vc_column][eovo_advanced_image title=”Telecoms / IT” image=”4840″][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_column_text]Over the past decade, Nigeria has catapulted itself into the largest telecommunications market in Africa and the Middle East, with more than 140 million active telecommunications subscribers as of last year. According to the federal telecommunications regulating body, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), that number is expected to grow substantially by the end of 2016. Common among the emerging markets, mobile subscribers account for nearly one hundred percent of growth projections, with the segment dominated by the country’s four GSM operators: MTN Nigeria, Airtel Nigeria, Globacom (Glo) and Etisalat Nigeria.
The country’s overall telecoms capacity is relatively high as a growing number of new fiber optic high capacity submarine cables capable of delivering clearer connections over a larger expanse of land, make their way to the mainstream. In the past five years Nigeria has grown into one of Africa’s largest and most vibrant markets for IT products and services, with an ecosystem that ranges from software start-ups to infrastructure firms.
At PANA Holdings we have adopted a multifaceted approach to the growth of this particular industry and we have entered into a number of complementing partnerships related to innovative IT products, such as e-wallet services, School Management software developments but also on the side of sub-sea fiber optics cabling services, as well as on the side of specialist engineering projects.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]