Nigeria: 'Mission to Make Organisations, Individuals Excel Through IT Drives Us'

Layer3, an IT services provider, has said its mission to make organisations and individual businesses excel through Information Technology drives the company.

The company which said its fifteenth year of operations in Nigeria's technology space was dotted with many achievements added that it had supported organizations with the technologies they need to scale and thrive in their businesses.

Launched in 2005, Layer3 provides technology solutions ranging from network and security solutions, to cloud and access solutions and boasts of some of the most demanding global and national organizations in the private and public sectors.

Speaking on the company's anniversary, CEO of Layer3, Oyaje Idoko, said the occasion was an opportunity to reflect on its growth over the past decade-and-half.

"For 15 years, we have supported organizations with the technologies they need to scale and thrive," he said. "Each year, we remind ourselves of how far we have come on this journey", he said.

He added: "The work we do is meaningful and transformative," he said. "There is evidence of this in the wins that our solutions have helped our clients achieve. We want the coming years to yield even greater successes for them, and for us."

In his remarks, Executive Director at Layer3, Shatse Kakwagh, expressed his belief in the company as a positive force in Nigeria's organizational landscape. "Through sheer hard work and dedication to our vision, we are enabling the success of numerous businesses," Mr. Kakwagh explained. "The technologies we provide to them have spurred growth across this country."

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