November 22, 2021

First African Company to Develop a RAD Tool Announces the Release of its Software- Radsystems Studio


Nigerian Start-up Becomes the First African Company to Develop an IDE/ RAD
Software for Programmers

A Nigerian start-up company, Radsystems Ltd has become the first company to develop aRapid Application Development (RAD) Software in sub-Saharan Africa.

Radsystems Software Limited announced the official release of its software- Radsystems studio on November 22, 2021.

Radsystems Studio will be used by programmers to develop application faster and seamlessly.

Radsystems Software Limited is a software development company that specializes in Rapid Application Development (RAD) products, and also provides clients with easy-to-use businessmanagement software ranging from accounting payroll systems to enterprise resource planning systems, customer relationship management systems, payments systems, and expert systems.

RadSystems Studio is a robust Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool and a Low-code software that facilitates rapid application development process by reducing redundant coding time, RadSystems applications can be generated through ASP.NET Core, Python Flask, PHP Laravel, Node Express.js, Vue.js, and Quasar Framework.

It can also build traditional or classic web applications using Bootstrap, jQuery, Vue and Laravel.

By setting up modules and plug-ins, adding custom CSS and JavaScript codes, and creating REST APIs, users can enhance and extend the capabilities of their applications.

Radsystems Studio also allows developers to create projects connecting to any database of their choice from any source and also gives the option for developers to create new database schema from scratch within the framework.

Radsystems Studio offers five different product packages- PHPRad Classic, PHPRad Vue, PYRad, NodeRad, and ASPRad for developers who would prefer to work with Python framework and Nodejs, C#, Laravel, Vuejs.

RadSystems already has over 20,000 global users mostly through referrals, proven to be an exceptional Rapid Application Development (RAD) and a low-code tool for developers, with a lot of testimonies with regards to the effectiveness of the software from across the globe including countries like Brazil, US, UK, Germany, India, Indonesia, Argentina, China etc.

Radsystems Software Limited as young as it is will continue striving to be the leading firm in RAD/IDE industry by providing its user with easy-to-use tools for system and software development and would continuously provide innovative low-code software solutions that encapsulate all aspects of programming and offer the youths greater opportunity to compete in system development environment globally.

Radsystems Software limited also owns the infamous PHPRad which has marveled the software development community.


Emmanuel Okwunna Ikenna and his co-founder Humphrey Emeka Okeke, confirmed that it took about five years to bring the software to a consumer-usable position.

Emmanuel said the development of the software started back in 2014 with his partner- Humphrey whiles in Accra Institute of Technology University, Ghana when their dreams of owning a company aligned together on a project called Easy-Save.

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Dean of Business Administration at the University of Professional Studies, Dr Emmanuel Selase Asamoah, also confirmed that the partners have worked very hard over the years to get this product to where it is now, as he has been a guide and coach to a series of their projects right from the start.

Dr. Asamoah however encourages stakeholders in the ICT industry to engage and support start-ups like Radsystems to keep up with innovative ideas like this as it would help steer Africa in the direction of global technological advancement.

On this day of release, Radsystems Limited is offering to give 1,000 RadSystems activation licenses to 1,000 Nigerian and Ghanian developers for free, to express their sheer interest in enhancing ICT development within the African Region.

Interested developers are required to reach out through email: [email protected] or visit social media pages @myradsystems

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By: Priscilla Makafui Aklorbortu

Vanguard News Nigeria