VATEBRA, an industry-leading ICT company with competencies in customized, portal, OEM & cloud, e-payments and energy solutions emerged the Tech Company of the Year Award for the third time in row at the 4th edition of the Nigeria Technology Awards held in Lagos, Nigeria on the 1st of December, 2018.
The annual award organised by Beta media 360 celebrates the Technology Companies that has demonstrated leadership, success and outstanding quality service in Nigeria for the year in review and Vatebra have demonstrated its headship in the Nigerian technology space by winning the most coveted award of the night three times in a row.
In January 2018, Vatebra officially opened her East African office in Nairobi Kenya as a way of further pushing the boundaries of providing innovative software solutions in the continent of Africa. In accepting the award the MD/CEO of Vatebra Limited Mr. Kunle Akinniran is certain that winning the NiTA award three times in a row is a testament to the commitment and hard work the entire team puts in making innovative software solutions that works for Africa.
It is also worthy to note that Vatebra through her innovation hub recently hosted the second iteration of her tech meetup known as CODIFY. According to the Deputy Managing Director of Vatebra Mr. Mike Aigbe, the idea of hosting a tech meetup is not just to bring techies together but to continuously bridge the skill-gap in the technology space by providing the ambience and the innovative education needed to grow the industry.
Vatebra in May, 2018 also gave back to the society through her Corporate Social Responsibility initiative known as walk-for-charity where staffs and friends of Vatebra Limited had a 6-kilometre charity walk in the heart of Victoria Island upon which items were donated to the Living Fountain Orphanage.
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