Ghana’s digital space has been one of the best-performing sectors that has grown on average by 19 percent per year between 2014 and 2020. With the Ghanaian government adopting digitisation as a key policy objective, a number of programmes designed to develop a more digitally accessible public sector and encourage transparency and efficiency have been introduced. In order to drive growth in all aspects of the country’s economy, ranging from the recently launched digital currency, to digital payment platforms, digitisation of records, and integration of government records, the digital journey has evolved.
The private sector is not sleeping on its oars either. In the mid-year fiscal policy review of the 2021 budget statement and economic policy, it was clearly observed that the use of mobile money, door to door delivery via courier services and internet usage for business operations has increased significantly with about 77 percent of businesses increasing the use of the internet in marketing,
New technologies have created new markets that have in turn created competition, with competitors driving new expectations. To succeed in today’s digital world, businesses must not only provide superior experiences for their customers, but deliver on their promises in a faster, more nimble ways.
Comsys, a Ghanaian owned ICT-Telecoms firm is not just doing that but is driving the country’s digital agenda with its superior positioning to drive backend business connectivity needs which will end up giving the business community the opportunity to whirl wind digital experiences.
Comsys’ self-owned infrastructure across technology platforms have been key in delivering reliable connectivities across the nation. As expectations increase due to buy-into technology, the firm is also strategically prepared to continue to drive business inventions as its contribution to natural growth through ICT.
The ICT solutions provider, which takes prides in its self-owned nationwide fibre infrastructure, microwave and VSAT networks, has been interconnecting and supporting businesses over the years, through the provision of network connectivity solutions and support services to businesses.
Interconnecting their branches for fast and reliable access to their data.
Having earned a reputation for reliability, Comsys delivers value using state of the art technology to ensure business needs are met. Comsys has built reliable networks across Ghana for over a decade and continues to lead the industry as the reliable network provider resulting in increased users annually.
“We have always had interest in making sure that business that come to us succeed.
Our services users are our partners, and we work together. We always want them to be ahead in their industries. We shall continue to find ways for them to exceed their goals within the connectivities and storage we give them. Whether it be saving time on transactions with customers or ensuring their storage and backup needs are met… whatever it might be in ICT Telecoms,” Jonathan Lamptey, CEO of Comsys said.
Currently, he said Comsys drives and delivers any capacity from and to any location in the country as well as deliver superior full suite data centre solutions.
He said the company has positioned itself as an industry leader with its bespoke services.
“This doesn’t come as a surprise, having remained unbeatable within the enterprise solutions ecosystem since 2013, and is the incumbent enterprise solutions provider for over 10y years leading to Comsys scooped into the enviable GITTA ICT Hall of Fame Award for the decade.
“This to us was an affirmation of unwavering commitment to our customers and contribution to business growth and economic development in Ghana’s digital space.” Mr Lamptey said.
On what the future holds for the enterprise solution giant, the CEO said “We are aware we need to remain relevant for our partners to continue to look up to. Therefore, we shall remain the dependable solution provider.”
Continuous improvement into our infrastructure is the way forward.