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The 13th GITTA is set to take place on June 7, 2024

The 13th Ghana Information Technology & Telecom Awards (GITTA) have named UniCloud Africa, the continent’s top native Pan-African cloud platform, as a major sponsor. On June 7, 2024, the GITTA is set to take place at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.

As the first and most successful fully Pan-African cloud computing service provider on the continent, UniCloud Africa is dedicated to fostering and advancing technological innovation throughout the African continent.

The 13th GITTA, also known as the “Oscars” of Ghana’s ICT and telecom industry, will honor companies and individuals leading the way in digitization with cutting-edge goods and services that maintain the industry’s vitality.

UniCloud Africa reinforces its dedication to promoting a strong digital economy in Ghana and beyond by sponsoring GITTA. As one of the continent’s top cloud computing providers, UniCloud Africa proudly maintains its position as a beacon in the African digital technology scene.

A strong dedication to assisting the expansion and development of the African public sector, corporate enterprises, and educational establishments forms the foundation of UniCloud Africa’s purpose. In order to enable businesses and organizations to take full advantage of the revolutionary power of cloud computing, we have implemented a number of programs and projects.

Working together with top training organizations and educational institutions in each of the nations in which we do business, we are actively fostering the next generation of African professionals and providing them with the tools necessary for success in the fast-paced world of cloud computing. Our steadfast dedication to the sector is demonstrated by our partnership with the GITTA organizers this year, says Mr. Ladi Okuneye, CEO of UniCloud.

This year’s GITTA will have updated categories intended to honour people and companies who are reshaping the region’s digital economy in a smarter, more agile manner via their commitment, hard work, and creative thinking.

These initiatives are improving the lives of people and businesses in the area by changing corporate strategies and daily operations of firms.

All industries’ digitization throughout both public and private sector organizations will be honored by the awards. Organizations in the banking, telecommunications, ICT, manufacturing, agricultural, health, cybersecurity, fintech, and other industries with a strong foundation in advanced digitalization are welcome to submit nominations.

GITTA’s Legacy of Innovation

Digital Economy Magazine, a magazine of the InstinctWave Group, is the driving force behind the 13th GITTA.

“Technological advancements across all sectors of our economy are increasingly essential for societal growth,” says Mr. Akin Naphtal, CEO of InstinctWave Group. Technology has changed the game by enabling businesses to operate more profitably and intelligently, which has opened the door for further economic expansion.

Industry analysts predict that by 2030, the ICT sector in Ghana alone might be worth $5 billion, up from its present estimated $1 billion valuation. Since the awards program will consistently raise the bar of excellence in the industry, we believe that GITTA is a catalyst for innovation and digitization across the African continent as a whole,” he continued.

GITTA has been showcasing the sector’s digital excellence for more than ten years. It has highlighted the top ICT organizations and experts, as well as stakeholders, policymakers, and those industry professionals who put in endless hours to deliver cutting-edge technological innovations that lead to remarkable successes in the digital sphere.

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