New IT company to open soon in Gambia
The Gambia's information and technology industry will soon see the birth of another major information technology company, the BizDataSoft Solutions. This development was disclosed to this reporter by Famara Sawaneh, chief technology officer and founder of BizDataSoft Solutions, LLC Company in the United States of America. He said that the company, which is a subsidiary to the one in the US, has already been registered in The Gambia.
Sawaneh explained that his company is a leading business technology and software consulting company in US that offers high quality IT services to commercial, federal, state and local government agencies. "We also provide superior solutions and services to our clients and assist them in achieving their business and technology goals," he stated.
Sawaneh, who has an impressive experience as an IT specialist, hinted that his company will also offer services like re-engineering, data management solutions, enterprise software implementation, end-to-end virtualisation (desktop, application and server solutions), health care informatics solutions amongst others.
The BizDataSoft chief technology officer went on to say that they have official partnership with major software, hardware and technology service providers. Such a partnership, according to him, enables them to remain abreast of upcoming business opportunities, service offering, software and hardware product releases, patches and best practice project implementation methodologies. "We collaborate with our partners to provide our clients with the best solutions that fit their business and technological needs," he said.
He also used the opportunity to thank the government of The Gambia for creating the proper environment to explore the business opportunities and talents in the country. Sawaneh is an IT technology architect, consultant, specialist and analyst with over 16 years of experience in implementing, managing, maintaining and supporting communication systems for governments, companies and other clients.
The Daily Observer