Panelists at the 4th Tech 360 Africa Summit held in Accra have unanimously agreed that the technology space in Africa holds an outstanding promise and will require stakeholders in the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) to pursue the technology market in order to accelerate Africa’s development efforts.
Contributing to panel discussions on several key topics on technology and innovation, the participants were of the opinion that innovation has become a critical aspect of the global economy, hence a need for African economies to integrate and streamline technological processes to catch up with the rest of the world.
From Graphic Online. Story by Mohammed Ali.
The panelists discussed topics on the digital transformation in Africa, cyber security and its threat to the African digital economy and the evolving nature of the internet and how stakeholders can take advantage of it.
The panelists included Philipp Zindler (MD, Detecon), Edward Aikins (Vodafone Ghana, Enterprise Soutions), Mr Jeff Konadu (Director General (DG) of NITA), Caleb Afaglo (General Manager, MIS Division, SSINT).
Others were Ernest O. Darko-Mensah (CEO, Spearhead), William Makatiani (CEO, Serianu, Kenya), Olusola Teniola (Client Partner – Nigeria and West Africa, Detecon), Gershon Adzadi (Head of ICT, Ghana Airports Company, Ghana) and Ehizogie Binitie (Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer of Rancard).
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