The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), of Phase3, one of West Africa’s largest fibre optic infrastructure players and telecommunications service provider, Mr. Stanley Jegede, has stressed that Nigeria will become more globally competitive with the deployment of digitalized connectivity by stakeholders to drive the country’s ease of doing business framework.
The Phase3 Telecom boss made this known at the just concluded Ease of Doing Business Conference, which held in Lagos, said the company is focused on optimizing on its infrastructure to bridge digital divide as part of facilitating ease of doing business in the country.
He said: “Our current focus to optimize infrastructure and service deployment drive stems from our principal objective of bridging a challenging digital divide and fostering scalable solutions through digital technologies that will see more people and businesses enjoy global standard connectivity solutions.”
On support to government, he said, Phase3 Telecom, is constantly fine tuning its deployment to make sure that the nation thrives, and becomes globally renowned as an environment that enables sustainable business growth is not the sole responsibility of the government, urging that this requires the support of private sector players especially in the ICT space.
According to him, this becomes particularly imperative as technology driven business environments are both catalysts for economic growth and social development in Nigeria. More so, this dynamics speak loudly in favour of businesses being able to carry out operations at reduced costs, he said.
Jegede, said the company’s support for initiatives that advocate an enabling business environment or a thriving telecommunications landscape through digitized connectivity solutions is a key mission he believes is pivotal to economic growth, and demands the commitment of all industry players
Source: This Day