By Moses Nosike
Nigerian software giant, SystemSpecs has made its mark in the ICT industry with the triple awards it bagged for excellence and innovation at the just-concluded Titan of Tech awards.
At the high-profile event, which held in Lagos recently, SystemSpecs emerged the ‘Pan African Software Company of the Year’, its integrated electronic payment solution Remita was adjudged the ‘Most Revolutionary eGovernment Product of the Year’, while its Managing Director, Mr John Obaro also made the list of Nigeria’s top 50 tech titans’’.
SystemSpecs has won series of awards in recent times, thanks to its culture of excellence and innovation. In the space of two months, its revolutionary integrated electronic payments and collections platform Remita was likewise adjudged the ‘Best Software of the Year’ and ‘Most Efficient e-Revenue Service’ at the Nigerian Telecoms Awards and CBN CardExpo Africa Awards 2016, respectively.
Recall that Remita is a software that aggregates multiple bank accounts, giving customers the ability to perform the complete suite of eTransactions. It is also a useful tool for major billers, offering multiple payment options, generating instant receipts and transaction reports.
Commenting on SystemSpec’s string of awards, Mr. Obaro said: “We are further inspired by this recognition and will continue to extend the frontiers of e-Payment, financial, and human capital software solutions which SystemSpecs is known for.”
He maintained that “there’s still a lot of ground to be covered in the revenue collections and payments space and we are committed to working with individuals, businesses and governments in Nigeria and other African countries to take advantage of our innovative technology to achieve their objectives.”
SystemSpecs is a software house focused on providing the most qualitative human capital management and financial software solutions for the Nigerian and African market.
Its payment solution Remita has enhanced fiscal transparency and proper monitoring of public financial transactions, enabling the government to take full control of over N3 trillion of its cash assets as at the end of the first quarter of 2016.