Oracle opens new office in Abuja to drive cloud adoption

Oracle headquartersOracle logo at the Oracle headquarters, San Francisco, California, USA. (Image source: Peter Kaminski/Commons)Oracle announced on 9 May the opening of a new office in Abuja, Nigeria, which will focus exclusively on driving cloud adoption across the Nigerian public sector 

The dedicated office located in Maitama, will create new employment opportunities. The office is equipped with modern communication tools to help deliver an exceptional customer experience for Nigeria's public sector.

Key dignitaries including Barrister Abdur-Raheem Adebayo Shittu, Honorable Minister of Communications, Federal Republic of Nigeria; William Stuart Symington, the United States Ambassador to Nigeria; Alhaji Yahaya Bello, Executive Governor of Kogi State; Cherian Varghese, Vice President – Technology, Africa, Oracle and Adebayo Sanni, Country Managing Director – Nigeria, Oracle attended a launch event at the new office to mark the milestone.

“Opening the Abuja office underscores our commitment to Nigeria by enhancing our local capabilities and service offerings,” said Cherian Varghese. “Nigeria’s Public Sector is focused on delivering transparent, efficient and proactive services to its citizens. Our aim will be supporting the government implements its vision with a modern, secure, and cost-effective suite of cloud solutions built specifically for the public sector.”

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