TechInAfrica – Last week at SAP Executive Roundtable, Technology and thought leaders from the top Nigerian companies gathered on for interactive sessions that are focused on key business and technology trends, which are shaping the West African innovation landscape. The event featured a line-up of expert speakers from SAP, as well as a guest speaker from the event partner, Deloitte. They discuss the available opportunities for Nigeria in excelling within the digital economy.
“Organizations are relooking how they offer products and services to citizens and customers to meet high demands for quality, convenience, and personalization. As the pace of change in the digital economy accelerates, leading organizations are increasingly adopting Intelligent Enterprise capabilities that will help them build the agility, capacity, and speed to respond and remain successful. Based on the quality of today’s discussions and the local use cases shared, organizations in the region are rising to the challenge, with potentially game-changing opportunities for businesses and communities,” said Adenkule Aina as the Head of Industry Value Advisory at SAP West Africa.
Along with Nigeria vision 2020, which plans to let Nigeria become one of the 20 largest economies at the global level. By 2050, Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to reach $29 T of GDP and Nigeria estimated to have a larger population than the US on the same expected year, making it the third most populated country in the world following India and China’s step. With that expected growth, the country’s ability to thrive would for one depending on how the usage of the digital is used. As such, the sessions involved the discussion of experience management, the digital boardroom, and placing people at the heart of the intelligent enterprise transformation.
Aina said that this year’s roundtable has given several practical solutions to work on.