MTN Nigeria and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) are collaborating to ensure that the deployment of a corporate wide area network service (CWAN) across 139 locations of the NNPC will provide bespoke and seamless connectivity solutions to individuals and business enterprises in the country.
A statement from MTN Nigeria made available to business a.m disclosed that the deployment of the solution has resulted in improved efficiency and unhindered communication for NNPC locations across the country.
Onyinye Ikenna-Emeka, general manager, enterprise marketing, MTN Nigeria, stated that “MTN is a brand that is committed to the growth of businesses, both large and small. With our capabilities, we feel we have what it takes to move businesses from where they are to where they want to be.”
Ikenna-Emeka while speaking on the collaboration between MTN and NNPC, expressed the company’s excitement on the provision of an “innovative connectivity solution to NNPC, and we look forward to working together in the coming months to deliver greater quality services to Nigerians’ she added.
“MTN over the years has been a reliable provider of connectivity solutions, enabling business operations and improving efficiencies for both small and large organisations. The deployment of the CWAN service to NNPC key locations is part of MTN’s continued effort to improve business efficiency and support economic growth in the country,” the company said.
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