Enterprise-class communication solutions company Vodacom Business today announced it has expanded its services to two more Nigerian cities, Ibadan and Kano.
In a statement, Vodacom said the new offices are in line with the company’s expansion plans which will strengthen services to customers in the regions and surrounding areas.
Vodacom Business Nigeria said it will leverage its extensive national communications network to provide secure and agile communication solutions to customers in these regions. The services include enterprise voice, cloud and hosting solutions as well as machine–to–machine solutions.
HumanIPO reported Vodacom recently launched fixed telephony solutions in Nigeria.
Guy Clarke, Managing Director of Vodacom Business Nigeria said the company expanded into Ibadan and Kano in response to the demand for converged communications.
“These are thriving markets where companies are investing in cutting-edge telecommunication solutions to increase customer engagement and loyalty,” he said.
The company said the new offices will provide services and support to large-scale enterprise, SMEs as well as public enterprises in Ibadan, Kano and surrounding areas in both cities.
“Our solutions will provide businesses in these regions with a single point of contact for their enterprise telephony and data services, all on a single secure network,” said Clarke.