Main One has announced its entry into Nigeria’s manufacturing sector with connectivity offerings targeted at businesses in the Ikeja, Agbara and Apapa industrial locations in and around Lagos
The company said its expansion into the manufacturing industry was driven by the sector’s growing demand for reliable connectivity solutions, increased need for virtual private networks between company branches, as well as increased security challenges faced by conglomerates.
Main One showcased its broadband solutions at seminars attended by IT managers in Agbara Industrial Estate, Ogun State, and Ikeja and Apapa business zones.
Speaking at one of the sessions, the company’s head of enterprise sales, Olubunmi Ogun said, “High capacity and reliable connectivity solutions are essential for any successful business in Nigeria today. This is the reason we have sought to distribute more of our capacity inland in order for our enterprise customers to have better access to our superior connectivity solutions.”
Ogun added that the session was in line with Main One’s commitment to assisting enterprises in their stride for growth and expediting the speed of broadband penetration across Nigeria.
“Our product offering now includes high-speed and highly secure lease circuits based on Metro Ethernet technology for creating virtual networks between two or more customer locations,” she said.
Main One currently has customers across various industries located in Nigeria, Ghana and other parts of West Africa.