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In a great leap forward, Heirs Holdings launches Heirs Technologies, set to lead Africa’s digital evolution

The launch of Heirs Technologies reaffirms Heirs Holdings' steadfast commitment to invest in sectors that provide long-term returns and have the ability to transform Africa’s economy. Heirs Holdings has been a pivotal player in various sectors critical for Africa’s development including financial services, energy, power, healthcare, real estate, and hospitality.

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Heirs Holdings, a leading African investment company dedicated to improving lives and transforming Africa through strategic long-term investments, has broken new grounds with the announcement of the launch of its new subsidiary, Heirs Technologies Limited.

It is aimed at empowering Africa’s digital transformation through innovative and locally tailored solutions.

Heirs Technologies endeavours to provide value-added services that capitalise on top-tier expertise while guaranteeing accessibility locally.

The company’s range of offerings include IT consulting, which encompasses advisory services, business transformation, system integration, licencing, and partnerships. Additionally, Heirs Technologies will offer various managed services covering IT operations and business process outsourcing.

To achieve its vision of propelling Africa to the forefront of the global technology landscape, Heirs Technologies will strategically invest in cutting edge technological solutions and develop platforms that foster collaboration among diverse stakeholders. Central to the company’s plans is to develop local capacity through meticulously tailored skills development programmes.

Heirs Holdings’ Group Chief Executive Officer, Emmanuel Nnorom, expressed his excitement about the launch and also reiterated the company’s mission.

“We are embarking on a journey fueled by innovation and driven by purpose. Our mission isn’t solely about creating products; it’s about shaping the future of technology, one groundbreaking solution at a time,’’ Persecondnews quotes Nnorom as saying.

The launch of Heirs Technologies reaffirms Heirs Holdings’ steadfast commitment to invest in sectors that provide long-term returns and have the ability to transform Africa’s economy. Heirs Holdings has been a pivotal player in various sectors critical for Africa’s development including financial services, energy, power, healthcare, real estate, and hospitality.

“The introduction of Heirs Technologies marks a significant milestone in our journey towards accelerating progress for future generations across Africa,” said Tony O. Elumelu, CFR, Founder & Group Chairman, Heirs Holdings.

“Technology has the power to catalyse development, and we are committed to harnessing this potential to unlock new innovations that will improve lives and transform our continent.”

For more information about Heirs Technologies, please visit www.heirstechnologies.com

Heirs Holdings is a leading African investment company committed to improving lives and transforming Africa through strategic investments and sustainable development initiatives. With a diverse portfolio spanning multiple sectors, including financial services, energy, power, healthcare, real estate, hospitality and technology, Heirs Holdings is dedicated to driving inclusive growth and building a prosperous future for Africa.

 

 

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