The Chief Business Officer of AirtelTigo Business, Ms Ethel Anamoo has urged manufacturing companies in the country to invest in new technology now to drive innovation that will shape the future of manufacturing and avoid falling behind global competitors.
According to her, the use of new technology will create efficiency in operational processes and drives cost-effectiveness in business activities to meet the demands and sustain growth.
Ms Anamoo made this known while speaking at the maiden edition of the Ghana Manufacturers Business Summit in Accra, under the theme: “Achieving Growth Turnaround in Manufacturing: The Role of Government.”
The summit brought together stakeholders in the sector to deliberate on issues of business growth, investments challenges confronting the sector and ways to achieve progressive productivity. “In a globalized world, staying at the sharp end has never been more important. I believe that investing in technology will drive innovation in the industry. It also sustains growth and meets demand,” she said.
She explained that AirtelTigo Business recognises the positive value and impact of technology on businesses and is focused on providing connectivity solutions for all industries, including the manufacturing sector to enable them to achieve profitability.
“Our connectivity solutions cover not only Ghana but span across Africa as we also leverage the infrastructure of our two parent companies – Bharti Airtel and Millicom,” adding that AirtelTigo has developed a wide range of solutions such as mobile solutions, fixed lines, internet connectivity and hosting services among others.
She emphasized that as a total communications provider, AirtelTigo partners’ businesses at every stage while providing tailored solutions for their specific needs to grow and remain profitable considering the changing trends.