Oladayo Oyelade, a former software engineer at Andela, has officially launched development and training startup Enyata.
Oleyade founded the software development firm in 2019 and believes its official launch sets it on the path towards transforming the software technology space in the region and Africa.
The techpreneur wants to build Enyata into a reputable firm capable of developing highly-efficient software development teams.
Training teams to create products that scale
Enyata focuses on the team rather than on individual developers, with the aim being to see developers become technology leaders.
The startup already has an intensive training program where select software developers take three months to acquire top-level skills. The company handpicks the teams, the target being to have developers with the highest levels of innovativeness. According to Oleyade, 46% of the teams comprise of female developers.
Through the program, companies can train and equip their software development teams with the skills necessary. Developers get to acquire top-level skills in software development, design, project management, among others.
The highly trained teams can then help companies develop products that scale.
In the short period it has operated, Enyata’s clientele has grown to over 26 firms, including Kafene, Atlas, FSI Innovation Sandbox, and Empire. The startup has helped scale projects for companies, with their detail to code creating top products for the web and mobile.
Enyata engineers help with the projects, offering support right from project design, to development and post-production. The company currently has 50 staff members, including engineers, quality assurance analysts, and designers.