Partnering for Cloud Services in Ghana and Africa-wide

We are on a mission to find viable Cloud Services Partners on the continent
9 June 2020 by
Partnering for Cloud Services in Ghana and Africa-wide
Data Mavens Ltd, Leslie Asamoa

Businesses need to focus on building great solutions, not babysitting hardware.

African economies are on the move stronger than before. The continent has been the second-fastest-growing region in the world over the past decade. The acceleration in Africa’s growth over the past ten years reflects fundamental improvements in the macroeconomic landscape, political stability, and the business environment.

Cloud computing is providing opportunity for African-focused business to focus on what matters most and avoid undifferentiated work like procurement, maintenance, and capacity planning.

As cloud computing has grown in popularity, several different models and deployment strategies have emerged to help meet specific needs of different users. Each type of cloud service, and deployment method, provides businesses with different levels of control, flexibility, and management.

The challenge is ensuring that these businesses can rely on technology partners that are committed, invested and experienced in delivering a competitive end-to-end solution.

We at Data Mavens undertake to perform the following:

  • Support businesses in implementing an accurate measure of Cloud Computing that enables their undivided attention to their core business

  • Provide analysis and insights for the suitability of the infrastructure that supports their tailored technology needs

  • Provide the Multi-Vendor Management solutions to control and limit costs while gaining the best value from available scale Cloud Services

  • Provide, train and maintain technical and business development staff required for the operations as well as ensure their Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

  • Set up and operate a 24-hour Call Centre to support operations.

Partnering for Cloud Services in Ghana and Africa-wide
Data Mavens Ltd, Leslie Asamoa 9 June 2020
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