A financial technology services provider, IT Consortium Limited, has been adjudged the 14th top company in Ghana – and the topmost financial technology firm in the country.
This was at the 17th edition of the Ghana Club 100 awards held in Accra. The awards organized by the Ghana Investment Promotion Company (GIPC) compiles the top 100 companies in Ghana based on profitability, growth, and company size.
A first time entrant on the Ghana Club 100 list, IT Consortium is on a mission to be innovative in adapting technology to develop innovative systems that bring value and competitive advantages to the clients.
According to CEO of the firm, Romeo Bugyei, IT Consortium is in year three of a five-year strategic plan for growth. And it is on course to exceeding business targets, business mix ratio, and expansion drive across Africa – as part of its 10-year transformation plan.
He also intimated that the award was a validation of the governance structures put in place, giving credence to the capability of the firm to embark on an expansion drive into other territories in Africa.
On the company’s prospects going forward, Mr. Franklin Eleblu, Chief Software Architect, said there will be more opportunities for jobs to be created, stating that “We have doubled our human resource capacity in the period especially in the engineering and support departments and our road map shows that we will need to grow some more to be able to do the things we need to do, especially as we expand into other African countries.”
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