Bluechip Technologies, a Nigerian software firm that provides businesses with management, just announced that it would be expanding into Europe. Olumide Soyombo and Kazeem Tewogbade, two successful investors, started the company in 2008. It designs, plans, runs, and implements business application solutions and central strategies to create and keep a competitive business advantage.
The company’s most recent expansion is a direct response to the increasing demand for the company’s goods and services. Bluechip, which began in Nigeria and has now extended to other countries across Africa, including Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, has been at the forefront of the expansion of data warehousing in Africa.
The growth of Bluechip is consistent with the current pattern of African companies expanding their operations into new countries, such as Moove’s move into India.
Richard Lewis, a seasoned executive whose career spans four decades, will oversee the expansion plan for the company’s operations in Europe. In a statement published with TechCabal, he stated, “I’m excited to collaborate with the Bluechip team, having worked with the founders on several previous projects throughout the years.
As one of Africa’s most successful data storage organizations, we have vast experience collaborating with some of the largest original equipment manufacturers and enterprises. I am confident that we are in a position to give tremendous value to businesses located in this region, and I am looking forward to establishing new contacts over the next several months.
Bluechip is an enterprise technology business that has collaborated with numerous African organizations. These organizations include telecommunications companies such as 9mobile and MTN and financial institutions such as First Bank Guaranty Trust Bank and Access Bank. Additionally, the company has established fruitful partnerships with other worldwide businesses such as Oracle and Microsoft, and it is currently in a position to achieve the same in Europe. Located in Carlingford, in the country of Ireland. Bluechip wants to expand on its success in Africa’s telecommunications and banking industries by going after these industries in Europe.
In a statement given to TechCabal, one of Bluechip’s founders, Olumide Soyombo, said, We are delighted to be recognized as one of the reliable authorities that can satisfy the ever-increasing demand for data-related products and services in the international market. Numerous companies put their faith in us to deliver high-caliber analytics solutions, which has resulted in referrals from our multinational clients based in Africa for projects located in other regions of the world.
With the experience that we have gained from one of the most competitive markets, we are confident that we will be able to provide this market with exact, reliable solutions and services. We hope to combine our expertise with local knowledge to secure new strategic relationships.
Bluechip is an industry leader in the collection of data from a wide variety of sources and the transformation of that data into information that supports businesses in better-comprehending patterns such as customer churn and the lifetime worth of a customer. In addition to how to improve one’s ability to make sound business choices based on the information gained. To accomplish this, the organization believes that human capital is significant to its continued development.
Primo Academy, a data training program that would prepare students with no prior experience to become data professionals, was only released by the company a week ago.
The firm has recognized a talent gap in the tech industry and wants to provide prospective data professionals with the tools they need to succeed in a global market. Successful applicants will either be accepted by Bluechip or referred to Bluechip’s network of partners.
The expanding post-pandemic trend of remote working, a critical scarcity of tech skills, and an increase in demand for more effective data management give an excellent opportunity for Bluechip to extend its knowledge that spans more than a decade to the market in the wider EU.