Chams Plc seeks FCTA’s partnership on ICT solutions adoption

Chams Plc, Nigeria’s leading provider of ICT intelligent business solutions and services, has indicated interest in partnering with the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) as a strategic option of deepening ICT solutions deployment in the nation’s public sector.

Disclosing this when he led a team of the Chams Plc Group on a courtesy visit to the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mallam Muhammad Musa Bello, in Abuja, the Group Managing Director, Mr. Femi Williams, pointed out that the planned collaboration would enable the company to support the FCTA’s drive towards good governance in the territory.

Williams, who noted that the visit was an opportunity for the company to introduce its services and suite of solutions as well as to present possible areas it could partner with the FCT Administration, restated the company’s commitment to offering cost-efficient and functionally robust solutions to all its clients at all times.

He explained: “Most of our solutions are built and managed by Nigerians. We don’t sell solutions, we adapt them. We are very good at understanding challenges. We do intelligent business solutions that add value to our customers.’’

In his remarks, the Chief of Staff to the Minister, Mallam Bashir Mai-Bornu, who received the Chams Plc team on behalf of the minister, commended the company on its laudable achievements in the ICT Sector over the years and urged it not to relent in its efforts of delivering quality ICT solutions and services.

He said that the company was free to write the FCTA regarding the ICT solutions it is interested in delivering to the FCT Administration and that such letter would be directed to the appropriate departments for assessment.

Chams Plc, now a conglomerate with subsidiaries offering ICT solutions and services in diverse sectors of the economy, commenced business in Nigeria in 1985 as a computer hardware and maintenance company and  is quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange