Microsoft Nigeria uses TD Africa’s Tech Experience Center to drive customer experiences.
The center will allow the company to host Microsoft technology solutions that include customer meetings, says CEO Akin Banuso. He noted that the scheduled meetings will be like a window into the future and the present of possibility.
Technology Distribution Ltd, also known as TD Africa launched the world‘s first Technology Experience Center with a convergence of global IT giants on Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
The technology expertise center is located in the eight-story Yudala Heights. The goal is to enhance Nigeria’s information, communications and technology ecosystem.
By bringing together global technology companies like Microsoft, Apple, Samsung, HP, Dell, Cisco and Schneider Electric under one roof. Hands-on experience with new solutions, infrastructures and devices.
Microsoft and the Tech Experience Center
The Tech Experience Center will play an extremely strategic role in enabling us in Nigeria to work with our clients to develop solutions that lead us to the future we need. This should help show our clients what I would call “The Art of the Possible”.‘.
Akin Banuso, director general of Microsoft Nigeria
The hub is something Microsoft should be a part of, says Josh Adekeye, Microsoft’s senior partner.
“When we heard about Microsoft’s Tech Experience Center, we knew we had to attend. Until now, we usually take our customers to the Microsoft Technology Center in Dubai or the USA.
When this opportunity arose, we showed interest and supported TD Africa with it. We will always support the center. The beauty of technology is seeing it.
What Microsoft brings to the table is the customer experience. This means that the customer sees the technology, feels the effects, and makes a decision quickly and easily.“
Josh Adekeye, Senior Specialist Partner – Microsoft Modern Workplace
World class training
the center It will give Nigerian youth the opportunity to receive world-class training in the latest technology, says Chidalu Ekeh, director of the center. He noted that TD Africa is creating a path in Nigeria where CEOs, CIOs, CTOs and other technology consumers will be at the forefront of technology. So you can make quick decisions without leaving the country.