Technology

With the entry of new submarine cables in-country carrying a combined capacity of 19TBPS, Nigeria has the capability to enable a digital economy. However, communication gaps often exist between technology companies and their customers. Sometimes, it is difficult to communicate messaging in a rapidly evolving industry, especially when you are on the cutting edge, exploring new channels for human innovation and constantly pushing the envelope to see what else is possible. We can help. Whether you are an existing infrastructure operator, ISP or fresh start-up, Caritas can be your partner in breaking down communication barriers, building your brand, and introducing your new tech solutions to a mainstream media that’s dying to tell the world about the next best thing out of Africa. We provide reputation management services to technology clients that include West Africa’s biggest broadband technology company and will be happy to support your business.

Client Reference: MainOne

Constantly pushing the technology envelope in West Africa, MainOne was at the forefront of offering new tech solutions to governments, enterprises and businesses in the region. Caritas enabled MainOne push out its messaging around its Connectivity, Cloud, Managed Services and Data Center offerings. This guaranteed MainOne and its subsidiaries dominance in targeted sectors and earned the company and its management multiple recognition and awards including the Data Economy EMEA 50; Capacity Africa’s People’s Choice Award; Broadband Company of the Year; Best Pan African Initiative (in conjunction with Seacom); All Africa Business Woman of the Year Award; Wholesale Provider of the Year and the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices winner for the Nigerian Data Centre Customer Value Leadership Award among many others.


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