Covalensedigital and inq. Digital Nigeria have entered into a partnership to transform Nigeria’s digital services for mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs).
This collaboration ushers in a new era of digital agility and financial flexibility for MVNOs through bespoke software as a Service (SaaS) platform.
The newly launched Digital Service Enablement Platform (DSEP) is set to be a game-changer for MVNOs of all sizes in Nigeria, offering the necessary agility, scalability, and cost-efficiency to thrive in a competitive market. Alongside the platform, MVNOs will benefit from comprehensive local support services to ensure a smooth operational experience.
Vice President (Sales) for the African region at Covalensedigital, Seshan Krishnamurti, said MVNOs have the potential to be key players in the nation’s digital transformation, saying this is one of the intentions behind the policy and regulation, which brought about their birth in Nigeria.
He said the partnership between Covalensedigital and inq. Nigeria is poised to catapult these MVNOs to the forefront of the digital race.
Managing Director of inq. Nigeria, Ifeanyi Akosionu, highlighted the significance of this collaboration, stating, “This partnership represents a pivotal moment for the Nigerian digital landscape, marking the first of its kind in our commitment to revolutionizing the MVNO sector. The Digital Service Enablement Platform introduces unparalleled flexibility of infrastructure, ensuring that MVNOs can navigate the evolving digital landscape with agility.”
He continued, “Our focus on flexibility, cost-effectiveness and local pricing further underscores our dedication to empowering MVNOs of all sizes. By providing a SaaS and IaaS bundled solution tailored to the unique needs of the Nigerian market, inq. Nigeria aims to set a new standard for digital service delivery, fostering innovation and sustainable growth for optimal economic impact.”