21st Century Technologies Partners VMware On SMART Digital Platform

The Chief Executive of 21st Century Technologies Limited, Wale Ajisebutu has announced the company’s partnership with VMware to launch its SMART Digital Platform.

With this partnership, 21st Century Technologies will be able to provide clients its VMware IaaS powered service as a set of cloud computing services.


Ajisebutu said the partnership will allow the company’s customers interface with its products across a common platform, using proven VMware technology.

“Digital innovation and engagement models are crucial in the fourth industrial revolution. I am positioning 21st Century Technologies Limited to use digital channels to engage with customers and provide innovative solutions that addresses their specific needs and requirements” said, Wale Ajisebutu, CEO, 21st Century Technologies,” he said.

“Technology is fast becoming the most crucial element for businesses of all sizes going forward. Our solutions will provide customers with opportunities for unlimited growth, cost reduction, and increased profitability.

“VMware has a clear and unique position around Hybrid cloud and enabling cross cloud functionality to help out over 600,000-plus customers to manage an increasingly complex multi-cloud, multi-device IT environment, with a software-defined approach,” said David Funnell, manger, Cloud Provide Programme at VMware West Africa.


“VMware IaaS powered services delivered by service providers within the VMware Cloud Provider Programme can provide the efficiency, agility and reliability inherent in cloud computing. We look forward to supporting 21st Century Technologies as a strategic partner for VMware in West Africa as it empowers organisations with a simple and flexible path to the cloud,” he added.

Ajisebutu further explained that partnering VMware became imperative as 21st Century Technologies had become the infrastructure platform of choice of the Fortune 500 companies, adding that this will save customers tens of billions of dollars in their quest to switch to cloud.

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