Intelics Solutions, a subsidiary of Writer Business Services, was founded in 2017 and is a technology company that provides digital information management, business process management, and secure cloud and storage services to enterprises in Nigeria, among other things.
Satya Mohan Yanambaka, CEO of Intelics Solution, expressed his enthusiasm about the company’s future and growth in Nigeria and Africa in an exclusive conversation with TechNext.
He also discussed how Intelics helps Nigerian organizations thrive by providing a variety of ‘phygital’ solutions such as Business Process Management, Automation, ERP, Secure Vault storage services, Content management, and more.
Yanambaka said in his statements, “We have been successful since we began in 2017.” We are really optimistic about Africa as a whole, and we want to use Nigeria as a foundation to expand and become a top African IT player. There is a lot of industrial activity going on in Nigeria. As a result, we believe there is a lot of potential for us in this type of new activity.”
The Current Issue
According to recent statistics, 86% of decision-makers expect digital transformation to accelerate further. Companies must embrace innovation and move their product dependence from terrestrial to digital systems due to the fast adoption of technology and digitalization.
Nowadays, the ability to collect, analyze, and retrieve data in real-time is critical to corporate growth. Yanambaka said that in today’s society, knowledge is power, and data is the new gold and the most abundant source of knowledge. Governments are competing for data, and technology companies are suing one another. With so many massive data sets at their disposal. How do they organize and classify the data? That is what information management entails. We assist you in collecting, processing, storing, retrieving, and gaining profitable insight from your data.
How Does Intelics Profer Solution?
One of the services Intelics Solution offers is the Business Process Automation Service. According to a Forrester survey, firms that implement BPS gain 30-50% in productivity while boosting customer satisfaction by 30%. Businesses may use robotics-powered automation to make daily back office procedures faster and cheaper.
Yanambaka commented on the Intelics Business Process Automation service, stating that Intelics has a portfolio of time-tested solutions for process automation, business process outsourcing, EPP, Cloud & data services, and content management solutions. An example of such a solution is an end-to-end loan process management system, which automates banks’ lending workflows from lead generation through loan completion. One advantage is that it provides a transaction-based pricing mechanism, which means you just pay for the number of loans processed and can link current systems with minimal configuration.
Yanambaka’s perspective as it relates to Nigeria
Yanambaka commends Nigerian firms for their zeal for Technology adoption.
“Nigeria is currently leading the African technology drive; thanks to our expertise in technology, they can leverage the benefits of that technology to provide an efficient experience for their clients.”
Notwithstanding the country’s large appetite for IT services, he noted that there is still much work to be done, adding,
“What I’ve noticed in Nigeria is that its IT game is still closed, not yet opened up significantly in terms of adoption of hosting on public cloud infrastructure. There is a long way to go before the cloud storage solution becomes a norm in Nigeria.”
According to the Xalam Analytics Rise of African Cloud research, cloud penetration in Africa is less than 20%, and less than 1% of the world’s public cloud services income is generated in the continent. This supports Yanambaka’s argument that, even if adopting Cloud-based services might enhance gross profit by 21% for data-intensive businesses, it still has to be properly integrated in Nigeria and Africa.
Furthermore, Yanambaka observed that the country’s restrictions on dollar repatriation represent a hurdle for foreign investors, adding, “If we have so many constraints to take out the capital after investing, there will be very little incentive for corporations to come in.” That will get us a long way. Your market is your competitive advantage. There are numerous prospects for us to enter the market and expand.”
Africa and Nigeria are part of this growth in the global technology scene. While businesses in Nigeria may suffer from cost increases, policy changes, and other problems, we have made great progress.
Advantages Intelics Offer To Nigeria and Africa At Large
Speaking on why companies should subscribe to Intelic’s range of services, Yanambaka says, “We are all about customer satisfaction, so, we’ve studied the clients’ challenges and partnered with top public cloud storage providers to ensure that we can provide a solution that delivers the client’s desired outcome. Whether you want to migrate to the public cloud or use Intelics private cloud storage systems we have experts to help facilitate seamless migration.”
Their motivation is to help Nigeria and Africa lead the way in the digital revolution to establish themselves as leaders in the sector.
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