We’re poised to stay relevant-Fairgreen

By Isaac AIDOO, Accra

MANAGERS of pioneering Ghanaian owned Information Technology (IT) firm, Fairgreen Limited say the company is resolute in its vision to ensure that “we stay relevant in the market and continue to take advantage of our strengths and our opportunities, and leverage on them.”

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Founder of Fairgreen Limited, Madam Gifty Boahene, on the occasion of the company’s silver jubilee celebration said Fairgreen’s  track record and skill, and its affiliation with top IT manufacturers across the world “has helped us build an enviable reputation that we will continue protect and build on.”

Not oblivious of the difficult operating terrain in Ghana , Madam Boahene was confident that Fairgreen would evolve along with the private sector .

“To be part of the evolution,  we have to keep abreast with technology to ensure that our customers continue to have value for their money,” she stated.

Recounting some of the success stories chalked, the CEO attributed the company’s sterling performance in the technology industry  to its consistency, hard work, customer –centric focus  and an unwavering commitment of staff to the vision.

She maintained that one thing that had kept the company growing was that the Fairgreen team understood the importance of structures and systems to support its growth.

“Initially, we relied on the expertise of our chief technical officer for custom-developed software. However, as our business expanded, we made strategic investments in Enterprise Resource Planning that enhanced our operations and efficiency so we can continue to meet the standards our clients expected of us .

According to Madam Boahene, another key factor that set IT company apart was ” our commitment to building competence within our team. We recognized that even our smallest customers were becoming more sophisticated, and they sought partners who understood their pain points and could develop tailored solutions. At Fairgreen, we took that to heart, fostering a team of experts who empathized with our customers and their unique challenges.”

“Consistency is important in business, and we have been great at that. Our skill in designing the right solution and giving our clients the right value that fits their budget, which has kept our clients coming back. More than 50 percent of our clients have been with us for 20 years or more, and about 70 percent of our clients have been with us for 10 years or more.

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