Featured Case Studies

Seplat Petroleum Development Company is a leading Nigerian independent Oil and Gas Company. Listed on the London and Nigerian stock Exchanges, Seplat operates a portfolio of Oil and Gas blocks in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, with a production capacity of nearly 50,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Seplat’s key activities include exploration, drilling and processing of oil and natural gas.

JMG Limited is one of Nigeria’s largest providers of power generation solutions and electrical infrastructure and the local distributor for some of the world’s largest energy solution providers, including ABB, Caterpillar, GE, Mitsubishi. Its portfolio includes a wide range of power products and solutions, including electrical products, transformers, elevators and air conditioning systems. JMG has an extensive presence across Nigeria, with subsidiaries in Ghana and the Ivory Coast.

 

As NIBSS expanded its infrastructure and services to facilitate the integration of fintech companies into the financial ecosystem and develop new digital banking channels, having a reliable failover site became priority… The Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) promotes electronic payments across the Nigerian financial industry and acts as the primary clearing house for inter-bank payments and settlements. NIBSS is widely considered to be the central utility for Nigeria’s payment system and manages Nigeria’s National Central Switch (NCS) and Nigeria’s Automated Clearing System (NACS).

 

Stanbic IBTC is one of Nigeria’s leading financial services groups, with around $10bn in assets under management and a broad range of services ranging from personal and business banking to investment banking and wealth management.

Zenlayer

Zenlayer is an edge cloud service provider founded in 2014, serving clients based primarily in Asia and North America. Launched in 2016, the Zenlayer global network helps its customers expand their service, improve global reach and instantly enhance end-user experience by having servers close to their end users, through high-availability, low latency access points.