Apparently trying to demonstrate its commitment to continually proffer solutions to the challenges of the global ICT market, one of Nigeriaâ€™s foremost ICT solutions provider Resourcery Plc, has recently extended its dragnet to India, catching one of Indiaâ€™s famous software giant, Prodapt on a business memorandum of understanding (MOU).
Resourceryâ€™s MOU with Prodapt is expected to see the duo exchanging software and technological ideas capable of turning the country into a software haven in the nearest future.
Prodapt, a global software services company with a focus on the Telecoms industry, is part of the Jhaver Group, a leading business group, which has been doing business in India for over one hundred years.
It works with global communications companies in areas ranging from building and managing software operations for leading telecom operators to creating next generation software technologies for product companies in communications industry. The company provides application development, deployment and integration services for some of the worldâ€™s leading companies in the telecom, solution provider, contact center and human capital management domain.
The partnership with Resourcery, covers provision of software services for the telecommunications industry as well as staff augmentation services across varied industries. These include on_client_location consulting services backed by experienced and highly qualified software and project management experts.
Speaking at the MOU signing in Nigeria, recently, MD/CEO of Resourcery Plc, Mr. Tani Fafunwa, expressed deep satisfaction with the joint agreement between the two companies, saying it would boost Nigeriaâ€™s software base.
Prodapt was represented at the event by Mr. Rajesh Rathod, Executive Vice President and the Vice President, Mr. M. Harikumar, who also expressed optimism that the partnership would yield mutual rewards since both parties will leverage on their core strengths.
For him, Prodaptâ€™s strengths lie in its broad skills in the communications industry and its staff augmentation services covering over 70 areas of IT specialisation. This will also be complemented by Resourceryâ€™s deep technical expertise and its thorough knowledge and understanding of the Nigerian environment.