• Thursday, July 25, 2024
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Concept Nova gets NCC’s operation licence


Concept Nova, Nigeria’s foremost IT solutions firm, has been awarded the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) licence. This comes in light of the launch of the company’s new innovative product called the Ti-kon Vehicle Tracker.

The NCC is a regulatory body that governs and monitors the performance and standard of all communication services and facilities supplied to consumers in Nigeria.

According to Chidimma Onyeokoro, head of strategy and marketing, Concept Nova, “this comes at a great time when one of our most innovative products is due to launch with the largest online marketplace, Konga.com.”

This certification brings joy at a time when the Ti-kon vehicle monitoring device launches on the online platform of Konga and subsequently offline as well with some selected franchise partners, Onyeokoro said. This comes at a time when security is one of the banes of the economy.

The Ti-kon vehicle monitoring solution provides effective monitoring of your vehicles’ daily performance, as well as shows your employees’ driving habits, all at the touch of a button via any GSM/GPS enabled mobile phone. This device is packed with the latest in tracking technology that gives you complete control of your asset which you can access real-time. Your monitoring data is provided every 10 seconds, viewable from a personal computer or Smartphone.

Onyeokoro said the location of all customers’ assets can only be viewed by selected members of the Concept Nova technical team (besides each customer’s own access).

Concept Nova, a subsidiary of The Concept Group, is proudly one of Nigeria’s fastest-growing information technology servicing firms that offers a leading-edge array of products and services with an uncompromising emphasis on value. Their clientele consists of various companies such as Mansard Insurance, Diamond Bank, Funsho

Logistics, Access Bank, etc. “We will continue to deliver excellence to our clients and partners in this ever dynamic space,” Onyeokoro said.