British business, Wingu Dot Africa and Ride which is run by Hybrid Design sign an agreement to administer data related services in a swift and secure manner including at call centers.
Nicholas Lodge, Chief Strategy Officer at Wingu, expressed that his firm is pleased to work with Ride, a company that has a solid name in Ethiopia, offering thousands of job possibilities.
“We have offered the Djibouti data center services for more than ten years. We have also collaborated with Ethiopian banks and Safaricom. Every hour, hundreds of people phone Ride to seek its services. Quick messaging transmission is achieved. In order to give Ride clients even-faster service without forcing them to leave their homes, we took care of this and used the tele infrastructure provided by the government. We’ll make every attempt to offer them reliable service,” Nicholas vowed during the signing ceremony.
According to Ride Manager Samrawit Fikru, the data center service given to a business that is industry experienced and savvy would aid Ride in its work.
“Our data is occasionally disturbed. That squanders the time of our devoted clients as well as the drivers we employ. We have agreed that Wingu would provide us with its services and safeguard them while consolidating our database,” Samrawit stated.
“As a result, we will not waste time on the data center’s service, and this will help us in better connecting the transport seeker with the transport supplier,” the Ride manager further elaborated showing the merits of the new partnership.
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