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  Just as their peers elsewhere in the world have done, Nigerian businesses are increasingly adopting technologies that enable them to achieve more across their operations. They are doing so because they have witnessed the benefits that these tools can yield: lower costs, higher output, better quality outcomes, and increased revenues and profits. The technologies in question have transformed our industrial landscape, leaving it almost completely unrecognizable compared to what it was just a couple of decades ago.
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But the solutions at the foundation of this revolution haven’t materialized out of thin air. They are built, served, and sold by Information Technology firms. It’s no surprise that companies in this category have come under the spotlight of concerns that track Nigerian commerce. They are taking their place among the enablers of modern economies and growing into significant outfits. One such organization, Dataflex, has been around long enough to have supported the emergence of the first generation of tech-driven businesses in the country. For over thirty years, they have worked with a diverse clientele, ranging from SMEs to large corporations, helping them with their digital transformation efforts, and enabling them to properly utilize the hardware and applications they acquire. The products and services that Dataflex offers aren’t exactly novel. They are things you would expect to get from an IT firm: Cloud services, Enterprise Content Management Solutions, Data Warehousing, Enterprise Applications, and Business Intelligence solutions, among other offerings. But the company insists that it delivers them in a manner that makes it a go-to for such solutions. It points to the many clients that it serves (it puts the number at over a hundred) as evidence of this.
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Dataflex provides organizations with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications with which they can automate several operational and administrative processes. They also assist companies with data backup and recovery and implement measures that guarantee business continuity. Backup power systems (including UPS, inverters, stabilizers, and batteries), virtualization products, operating systems, and data and system security services are available from them as well. Multi-location collaboration and video conferencing have become important aspects of work in the past few years. Businesses seeking to make the most of remote communication want to use video conferencing platforms that can adequately cater to their unique needs. Dataflex has sensed an opportunity in this area and has rolled out solutions that enable its clients to stay in touch with each other in real-time, over live video links. The products that Dataflex supplies its clients include servers of various sizes and capacities; diverse levels of data storage; converged and hyper-converged infrastructure; and power conditioning systems. In addition to these, it designs and implements IT systems, migrates businesses to the cloud, and provides support for specific kinds of software and hardware. It also embeds its engineers within client companies to help them manage their IT infrastructure.
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Over the years, Dataflex has its reach and made clients of some of Nigeria’s leading commercial concerns. It now works with organizations in the financial services, oil and gas, telecommunications, and manufacturing industries, to name a few. Featured Image Source: Nigeria Business Directory
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This article was first published on 10th March 2023


Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.

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