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IT solutions firm to empower MDAs, others with tech skills

Tranter IT, a leading provider of innovative IT solutions and services, and ManageEngine, a global leader in IT management software solutions, are hosting the IT…

Tranter IT, a leading provider of innovative IT solutions and services, and ManageEngine, a global leader in IT management software solutions, are hosting the IT and Governance (ITGov) Conference in Abuja and Lagos.

The conference, according to a statement, aims to empower ministries, departments, and agencies (MDAs) as well as other key players in the public sector to streamline their processes for seamless, efficient, and secure experiences.

ITGov is the premier gathering for IT professionals in public and private sectors, industry leaders, policymakers, technology resellers, and enthusiasts across Nigeria.

The conference would focus on MDAs at federal, state and local government levels, as well as organisations collaborating with the public sector parastatals.

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Themed “Digitising Government Systems with ManageEngine Solutions,” ITGov 2024, serves as a pivotal platform for exploring the critical intersection of information technology and governance within the Nigerian context.

Attendees will have hands-on opportunities to explore various technology-enabled avenues and tools to enhance their operations.

Melanie Ayoola, Executive Director of Sales and Marketing at Tranter IT, the official distributor of ManageEngine solutions in Nigeria, expressed excitement about the conference’s potential impact, adding that the conference would be held at Continental Hotel, Abuja on April 23, and at Four Points in Lekki, Lagos, on April 26.

Ayoola said, “This conference provides attendees with a rare chance to participate in a dynamic blend of keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities, which would foster dialogue, provide usable industry insights, and promote best practices in IT and governance, especially in the public sector. It also aligns with the current administration’s agenda of growth and digital inclusion.

“Among the benefits of attending ITGov would be the opportunity to learn more about how to effortlessly manage incidents, problems, changes, and assets while automating workflows and gaining complete control of your IT infrastructure. Attendees would also be able to operate unified endpoint management and security, boost productivity and simplify complex tasks, while freeing up time for more strategic initiatives.”

The statement further said with a focus on driving innovation, enhancing cybersecurity resilience, and ensuring regulatory compliance, the conference would equip participants with the knowledge, tools, and resources to navigate the evolving complexities of IT governance in today’s digital age.

ManageEngine’s Associate Divisional Director, Sujoy Banerjee, said through engaging sessions and interactive forums, attendees of ITGov 2024 would gain valuable perspectives on leveraging technology to drive organisational growth, mitigate risks, and deliver tangible value to various stakeholders including the general populace.

“By facilitating meaningful connections and promoting a culture of knowledge exchange and experiential learning, ITGov would not only assist organisations in refining their processes and optimising operations, but also actively contribute to the collective endeavour of building a more secure, efficient, and digitally empowered Nigeria,” he added.

The statement disclosed that Tranter IT Infrastructure Services boasts a dedicated team of over 400 skilled professionals, with 250 of them being IT Engineers. The organisation’s clientele includes 74% of Nigeria’s commercial banks, as well as prominent companies across diverse sectors such as manufacturing, insurance, government, oil and gas, and logistics.

“As an ICT Services and Solutions company, Tranter IT delivers unified technology solutions to address business challenges in areas that include Industrial IoT, IT infrastructure management, process automation, and outsourced technology support services.

“ManageEngine is the IT management division of Zoho Corporation which collaborates with clients worldwide, offering custom-made and flexible solutions for companies of all sizes. ManageEngine’s expertise lies in IT management, cybersecurity, and service management, providing a comprehensive suite of IT management tools, enabling businesses to secure, simplify, and optimise their IT infrastructure. Over 280,000 organisations across 190 countries trust ManageEngine to manage their IT, and nine out of every 10 fortune 100 companies rely on ManageEngine for their IT needs,” it added.

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