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App designed to ease directors’ functions introduced into Nigerian market

App designed to ease directors’ functions introduced into Nigerian market

An App that will ease the functions of directors in organisations has been introduced into the Nigerian market.

The innovative boardroom app designed by DCSL Corporate Services Limited is intended to elevate communication, collaboration, and redefine efficiency among directors in workplace.

Unveiling the App recently in Lagos, Bisi Adeyemi, Managing Director of DCSL said the cutting-edge app will empower boards and C-suite executives to efficiently manage meetings, streamline access to and retrieval of documents, facilitate approvals, conduct polls, and performance evaluations, all while ensuring compliance and tracking company plans.

with the introduction of the eConnect app—an innovative tool designed to enhance boardroom processes, she said directors can effortlessly access, approve, and monitor their board documents, fostering efficiency in every aspect.

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She reflected on the significant milestones achieved in the past decade and reiterated the company’s commitment to delivering innovative solutions to clients across diverse sectors in Nigeria.

‘’Today, we stand at the pinnacle of a decade-long journey marked by resilience, growth, and the unwavering support of our valued clients who have been both our backbone and stepping stone. Our journey has been adorned with significant milestones, including the establishment of DCSL Academy, a testament to our commitment to excellence in executive training and recruitment.

“As we celebrate our 10th anniversary, we usher in a new era dedicated to delivering excellent services to our clients.

Speaking at the event, Ibukun Awosika, Chairman/Founder Chair Centre Group, said, ‘DCSL’s 10-year milestone exemplifies the resilience needed to navigate difficulties and build a legacy that withstands the test of time. To build institutions that last, leaders must be visionaries who prioritise the organisation’s longevity over individual success.

“As leaders, we need the discipline to delegate and empower our teams, ensuring the organisation thrives beyond our contributions. Despite the prevailing challenges, as Nigerians, we possess the resilience to endure and carve out opportunities for ourselves”, she said.