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Ghana: MTN plans to expand its enterprise business solutions

MTN Ghana is set to expand its enterprise business solutions beyond its current scope, aiming to cater to additional vertical markets such as oil and gas, energy, banking and finance, and telecoms. This move is part of the company’s strategy to enhance its services and meet the diverse needs of businesses and specific industries.

While presently providing solutions such as cloud services, IT, and connectivity solutions through its enterprise business solutions, MTN Ghana aims to broaden its offerings. The focus is on tailoring solutions to meet the specific needs of industries, including but not limited to oil and gas, energy, banking and finance, and telecoms. This expansion aims to assist businesses in achieving their core objectives more effectively.

Its Chief Commercial Officer, Selorm Adadevoh, during the company’s ‘Enterprise Customer Appreciation Dinner and Awards’ in Accra, told customers that “going into the future, we want to extend this into other vertical markets where we take particular industries like oil and gas, energy, banking and finance, telecoms and develop specific solutions for these industries, so that we can better help you achieve your core objectives in your business”.

As part of its dedication to delivering innovative and customized solutions for businesses, MTN Ghana is extending its services to various industries. The focus on developing industry-specific solutions underscores the company’s commitment to addressing the unique challenges and requirements of each sector. This initiative aims to support businesses of all sizes in overcoming obstacles and fostering success.

The development of industry-specific solutions reflects MTN Ghana’s dedication to supporting the growth and development of various sectors within the economy. By providing tailored solutions, the company aims to contribute to the overall advancement of these industries, ultimately benefitting the economy as a whole, Mr. Adadevoh added.

By expanding its portfolio to encompass industry-specific solutions, MTN Ghana positions itself to have a significant influence on businesses across diverse sectors. This strategic move is expected to catalyze growth and foster innovation within the Ghanaian business landscape.

The CEO conveyed appreciation to clients for their steadfast support and underscored the significance of nurturing robust relationships in the current dynamic business landscape.

MTN acknowledged and celebrated the exceptional contributions of various top clients to the success of the enterprise business. Award recipients included notable organizations such as the US Embassy Accra, e-process, Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), MasterCard, Peadato Consult, Letshego, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saint, and Fidelity Bank.

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