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Npontu Technologies adjudged Best Company in Business Promotion & Consultancy at 11th AGI Awards

BY: Business Desk Report
Dr Stephane Nwolley (2nd from left)- CEO of Npontu, Deborah Asmah (2nd from right)- Chief Marketing Officer of Npontu, and other staff of company displaying the award

Npontu Technologies Limited has been adjudged the “Best Company, Business Promotion & Consultancy” award at the 11th Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) Awards 2022.


The company was awarded for its role in providing artificial intelligence (AI), software and value added services.

A release issued by the company said the award was reflective of the hard work the team had put in not just this year, but for previous years as well.

The release noted that in the six years of operating, Npontu had partnered with and provided services for both national and local brands including GIZ, Total, Danone, Unilever, Standard Bank (Stanbic Bank), GCB Bank, MTN, Ecobank, among others.

“In keeping with our mission to help our customers freely achieve through the provision of relevant technological tools, we have, on the market, our flagship product “Kedebah ERP” with essential modules like “finance, inventory and sales, procurement, Human Resource and many more.”

“Additionally, our Artificial Intelligence (AI) services is deployed to help our clients with relevant predictions like customer churn, fraud detection and many more,” the release stated.

 



The release further highlighted that every organisation, whether small, medium or enterprise, could build business-power from the data generated in its operations.

It said that investing to reap relevant answers from this data would be the beginning of the company’s business transformation or at the very minimum to start a journey of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or Business Process Automation (BPA).

“While businesses are sometimes hesitant to initiate such investments for the fear of having to make huge expenditures, Npontu is able to assist clients do this with minimum capital expenditure,” it noted.