"Ghana, Kenya & Nigeria Information Technology Report Q4 2016" - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

"Ghana, Kenya & Nigeria Information Technology Report Q4 2016"

"Ghana, Kenya & Nigeria Information Technology Report Q4 2016" - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
"Ghana, Kenya & Nigeria Information Technology Report Q4 2016"
Published Oct 01, 2016
115 pages — Published Oct 01, 2016
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IT solutions company SAP announced in March ---- that it will partner with mobile devices and software developer Samsung to develop a series of enterprise mobility solutions targeting several industry verticals. The development aims to further the reach of both companies mobile solutions, building on the existing trend for wireless-driven technology developments in the region. ...The deal builds on the companies existing plans in Africa. Samsung announced in ---- that it would focus on driving mobile device sales in the region, and has invested in local production facilities in Egypt and South Africa, emphasising its intention to be at the centre of technology development in Africa. Also in ----, SAP announced investment of USD---mn in the region over seven years to ---- with a focus on training in partnership with governments and universities. ...Samsung announced in ---- that it would focus on driving mobile device sales in the region, and has invested in local production facilities in Egypt and South Africa, emphasising its intention to be at the centre of technology development in Africa. Also in ----, SAP announced investment of USD---mn in the region over seven years to ---- with a focus on training in partnership with governments and universities.

...The decline in oil prices will hit economies that are heavily dependent on oil prices, notably Nigeria and Ghana. Lack of transparency in many government procurement processes. ...Poor social infrastructure and services, including security and power, could increase the cost major IT facilities such as data centres. Hawkish monetary policy in some countries in a bid to fight inflation may inadvertently restrict investment in new technology by local businesses. Insurgency and threat of terrorism in parts of Nigeria and Kenya will weigh on infrastructural investments in affected areas. ...Insurgency and threat of terrorism in parts of Nigeria and Kenya will weigh on infrastructural investments in affected areas. Ghana s deteriorated economic outlook may weigh on public spending and private investment.

...Computer Hardware Sales: NGN---.---bn in ---- to NGN---.---bn in ----, --.- in local currency terms. Strong private consumption will drive demand for laptops and tablet computers. ...

  
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