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Soft Alliance, Oracle collaborates to accelerate digital innovation

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Soft Alliance, an IT solutions provider and Oracle has announced plans to collaborate with other stakeholders to deepen the Nigerian digital innovation ecosystem to build insights into cloud computing.

The partnership brought together industry leaders, technology experts, and business professionals to explore the theme of ‘Accelerating Digital Innovation in the Business World’.

Feyi Agagu, director, of business development, at Soft Alliance, highlighted the immense potential of cloud computing in transforming business operations.

According to him, the Oracle and Soft Alliance Cloud collaboration will provide a unique platform for participants to gain insights into the latest advancements in cloud computing, digital innovation, and emerging technologies.

With a shared commitment to empowering organizations to leverage cloud technology for growth and success, the collaboration aimed to foster the exchange of ideas on driving digital innovation in Nigeria’s business landscape.

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Oludare Ogunlade, regional director, Oracle Business Applications, in a keynote address, emphasised the need for businesses to embrace digital disruption and adopt innovative cloud solutions to remain competitive in today’s dynamic landscape.

Bisi Aina, the managing director of Soft Alliance and Resources Limited further emphasized the importance of collaboration between technology providers and businesses in accelerating digital innovation.

He reiterated Soft Alliance’s commitment to supporting African enterprises on their digital transformation journey.

According to Aina, the collaboration marks a significant milestone in the quest to accelerate digital innovation in the business world. “The collaboration between Oracle and Soft Alliance will continue to drive technology adoption, empower organizations, and propel Nigeria’s digital economy forward”.