Hewlett Packard Enterprise operated by Selectium Nigeria & partner Arravo Global Service promote digital transformation in Africa
Development opportunities explored in Africa Outlook magazine feature
Hewlett Packard Enterprise operated by Selectium Nigeria and a key local partner, Arravo Global Service, have joined forces to promote digital transformation in Africa, via a major editorial piece in Africa Outlook magazine. The content featured an interview with Ayo Adegboye, CEO of Arravo, plus comments from Ernest Sales, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise operated by Selectium.
At the core of the feature is an exciting view of the development possibilities of high technology across Africa, centering on Arravo Global Service’s plans and the solutions offered by Hewlett Packard Enterprise operated by Selectium. Hewlett Packard Enterprise operated by Selectium is cited as a local representative of the existing country-presence business model from Hewlett Packard Enterprise stating how, through partnership between HPE and Selectium, they help customers to further accelerate their business outcomes.
According to the feature in Africa Outlook, Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria, and considered to be the ‘technological hub of the entire continent,’ and ‘Africa’s answer to Silicon Valley’, where regional and continental conditions for growth that already look promising.
Ayo Adegboye, CEO of Arravo Global Service, talks in the magazine about their strategy for digital transformation going forwards – “Our target is to expand our operations across west and east Africa within the next four quarters. This has been slowed down due to the pandemic, but as economies begin to revive again, we will continue to drive our regional expansion plan.”
According to Ernest Sales, the next wave of technology change is about accelerating connectivity from ‘edge-to-cloud,’ where enterprises unlock value everywhere, opening up new opportunities everywhere. “The future of the Enterprise is edge-centric, cloud-enabled, and data-driven,” he writes, in his comments.
“The result of these initiatives is showing a growth in recognition in the market space, through customer inquiries and interest in our products and services.”
Arravo’s strategy to reach forwards across the continent hinge upon becoming Africa’s lead provider of IoT expertise and solutions, and to do this requires leveraging on cloud technologies and working to bring effective economies of scale, according to Ayo Adegboye. Among other factors needed to bring success, he also cited the backing of a stable network of best-in-class partners like HPE to deliver solutions to customers.