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  •  The Group Managing Director of Access Bank Plc Mr Roosevelt Ogbonna has enjoined corporate entities to embrace technology to stay afloat in the increasingly competitive market place Delivering a keynote address at the unveiling of an app known as Cydene Express in Lagos on Wednesday Ogbonna said that corporate entities failing to keep pace with technology and innovations would go into extinction sooner than later Ogbonna said that technology had caused disruptions in markets across the globe a development he said had resulted to untimely deaths for many corporate entities Globally disruptions have become the order of the day and technology is at the heart of that disruption therefore any entity that fails to shape up will naturally ship out He lauded Mr Skalid Obi the software developer who built the Cydene Express app for inventing a software that would help thousands of Nigerian homes to ensure efficient use of household utilities Mr Obi and his team at Cydene Energy Services have thrown up a challenge to other Nigerian youths to bring change through the creation of innovative technologies and ideas The Access Bank chief described the new app as a value added platform that would give easy access to utilities and services in Nigeria Also speaking the Executive Vice Chairman of Techno Oil Ltd Mrs Nkechi Obi praised the software developer for his tenacity and commitment to bridging the gap in delivering utility services to households She however told the Federal Government and corporate entities to find ways to encourage young Nigerians to embrace innovations and technologies that would contribute to nation growth Earlier Skalid who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Cydene Energy Services said that the company developed Cydene Express to boost the adoption of Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG among Nigerian households He said that the company was prompted to develop the app to bridge the gap in accessing and paying for household utilities from the comfort of homes At Cydene Energy we have built a socially inclusive app that can accommodate Nigerians With this app Nigerians can now securely purchase utilities while maintaining comfort and maximizing productivity We realised the need to own the management system in other to understand the logistics of delivering services from merchants to consumers He said that with the introduction of the app the Federal Government s effort to boost LPG adoption as cooking fuel via the National LPG Expansion Plan would receive a boost A Director of Cydene Energy Services Mr Sam Ochonma said that the app was also handy in making payments for other utilities such as airtime cable television and electricity bills He explained that users could send money to friends and families to pay for utilities using the app The News Agency of Nigeria reports that up to 10 000 Nigerian households have embraced the app for efficient use of household utilities NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Access Bank chief enjoins companies to embrace technology to stay afloat
     The Group Managing Director of Access Bank Plc Mr Roosevelt Ogbonna has enjoined corporate entities to embrace technology to stay afloat in the increasingly competitive market place Delivering a keynote address at the unveiling of an app known as Cydene Express in Lagos on Wednesday Ogbonna said that corporate entities failing to keep pace with technology and innovations would go into extinction sooner than later Ogbonna said that technology had caused disruptions in markets across the globe a development he said had resulted to untimely deaths for many corporate entities Globally disruptions have become the order of the day and technology is at the heart of that disruption therefore any entity that fails to shape up will naturally ship out He lauded Mr Skalid Obi the software developer who built the Cydene Express app for inventing a software that would help thousands of Nigerian homes to ensure efficient use of household utilities Mr Obi and his team at Cydene Energy Services have thrown up a challenge to other Nigerian youths to bring change through the creation of innovative technologies and ideas The Access Bank chief described the new app as a value added platform that would give easy access to utilities and services in Nigeria Also speaking the Executive Vice Chairman of Techno Oil Ltd Mrs Nkechi Obi praised the software developer for his tenacity and commitment to bridging the gap in delivering utility services to households She however told the Federal Government and corporate entities to find ways to encourage young Nigerians to embrace innovations and technologies that would contribute to nation growth Earlier Skalid who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Cydene Energy Services said that the company developed Cydene Express to boost the adoption of Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG among Nigerian households He said that the company was prompted to develop the app to bridge the gap in accessing and paying for household utilities from the comfort of homes At Cydene Energy we have built a socially inclusive app that can accommodate Nigerians With this app Nigerians can now securely purchase utilities while maintaining comfort and maximizing productivity We realised the need to own the management system in other to understand the logistics of delivering services from merchants to consumers He said that with the introduction of the app the Federal Government s effort to boost LPG adoption as cooking fuel via the National LPG Expansion Plan would receive a boost A Director of Cydene Energy Services Mr Sam Ochonma said that the app was also handy in making payments for other utilities such as airtime cable television and electricity bills He explained that users could send money to friends and families to pay for utilities using the app The News Agency of Nigeria reports that up to 10 000 Nigerian households have embraced the app for efficient use of household utilities NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Access Bank chief enjoins companies to embrace technology to stay afloat
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    Access Bank chief enjoins companies to embrace technology to stay afloat

    The Group Managing Director of Access Bank Plc., Mr Roosevelt Ogbonna, has enjoined corporate entities to embrace technology, to stay afloat in the increasingly competitive market place.

    Delivering a keynote address at the unveiling of an app, known as “Cydene Express’’ in Lagos on Wednesday, Ogbonna said that corporate entities failing to keep pace with technology and innovations would go into extinction sooner than later.

    Ogbonna said that technology had caused disruptions in markets across the globe, a development he said, had resulted to untimely deaths for many corporate entities.

    “Globally, disruptions have become the order of the day and technology is at the heart of that disruption, therefore, any entity that fails to shape up will naturally ship out.

    ’’ He lauded Mr Skalid Obi, the software developer, who built the “Cydene Express’’ app for inventing a software that would help thousands of Nigerian homes to ensure efficient use of household utilities.

    “Mr Obi and his team at Cydene Energy Services have thrown up a challenge to other Nigerian youths to bring change through the creation of innovative technologies and ideas.

    The Access Bank chief described the new app as a value-added platform that would give easy access to utilities and services in Nigeria.

    Also speaking, the Executive Vice-Chairman of Techno Oil Ltd., Mrs Nkechi Obi, praised the software developer for his tenacity and commitment to bridging the gap in delivering utility services to households.

    She, however, told the Federal Government and corporate entities to find ways to encourage young Nigerians to embrace innovations and technologies that would contribute to nation growth.

    Earlier, Skalid, who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Cydene Energy Services, said that the company developed “Cydene Express’’, to boost the adoption of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) among Nigerian households.

    He said that the company was prompted to develop the app, to bridge the gap in accessing and paying for household utilities from the comfort of homes.

    “At Cydene Energy, we have built a socially inclusive app that can accommodate Nigerians.

    With this app, Nigerians can now securely purchase utilities while maintaining comfort and maximizing productivity.

    “We realised the need to own the management system in other to understand the logistics of delivering services from merchants to consumers.

    ” He said that with the introduction of the app, the Federal Government’s effort to boost LPG adoption as cooking fuel via the National LPG Expansion Plan would receive a boost.

    A Director of Cydene Energy Services, Mr Sam Ochonma, said that the app was also handy in making payments for other utilities such as airtime, cable television and electricity bills.

    He explained that users could send money to friends and families to pay for utilities, using the app.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that up to 10,000 Nigerian households have embraced the app for efficient use of household utilities.

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    NewsSourceCredit: NAN