The Innovation scene in Nigeria is set to witness a major move as Tek Specialists and Microsoft connect powers to set up a Client Benefit and Back (CSS)centre in Lagos. Tek Specialists makes its make a big appearance in Nigeria, having effectively set up comparative centres in other worldwide locations.
The collaboration, which has driven to the employment of 300 Nigerian youths, which will also upgrade the training of technology new businesses within the nation.
Tek Experts as said by the management is committed to supporting talented individuals around the world and providing them with long and rewarding careers with partners such as Microsoft Nigeria.
Speaking on the collaboration, the Founder of Tek Experts, Yaniv Natan, said: “We are delighted to collaborate with Microsoft in developing talent that will improve the technology landscape in Nigeria and leverage the skills and expertise of Nigerians to provide great levels of service to customers as we have done in other locations around the world. We are committed to investing in the region and the people, and to raising the profile of Nigeria as an exceptional location for technical talent.
“This is the first phase in what we want to be a long and fruitful future in Nigeria. We are investing in state of the art offices, in providing best-in-class training programmes and in developing the infrastructure that will provide exceptional services to our clients and exceptional careers for our employees.”
The corporate Vice President, Customer Service and Support, Microsoft, Aileen Allkins, said: “We are committed to investing in the talented workforce Nigeria has to offer through our partnership with Tek Experts and I expect that this relationship will continue to grow and provide additional career opportunities for the local market. By expanding our global support model to Nigeria through Tek Experts, we are able to enhance the support we offer Microsoft’s customers across multiple time zones in EMEA and the east coast of the US.”
Too talking on the collaboration, the Nation Common Chief, Microsoft Nigeria, Associated Banuso expressed: “We are excited that Nigeria will be the first country in Africa to host a global operation for Microsoft through our strategic partnership with Tek Experts. This is a unique opportunity for Nigeria’s youth to realise their potential and pursue a world class technical career locally. This is in line with our mission of empowering every individual and organisation on the planet to achieve more”.
With an unemployment rate in twofold digits in Nigeria, the middle comes at a great time, because it will not as it were affect emphatically on specialized aptitudes advancement in Nigeria, it’ll moreover demonstrate to be the primary of numerous openings to bring specialized occupations, with career development, to the landmass of Africa.