IN BRIEF : ‘Enterprise’ publications unveiled to Rwandans

Creative Technology (CT) an East African company on Friday unveiled its ‘Enterprise Technology’ magazine in Rwanda. According to Cythia .P. Mugaga, the account executive of the CT company, Enterprise Technology is the first solution oriented magazine that features case-based computing technology solutions for the problems in Eastern Africa.

Creative Technology (CT) an East African company on Friday unveiled its ‘Enterprise Technology’ magazine in Rwanda.

According to Cythia .P. Mugaga, the account executive of the CT company, Enterprise Technology is the first solution oriented magazine that features case-based computing technology solutions for the problems in Eastern Africa.

She said that the publication can be used by IT players to gain competitive advantage in the various industries. The launch was  at MTN Center in Nyarutarama.

“The magazine aligns the business to business needs of medium to large enterprises by creating a platform where problems find solutions,” said Mugaga.

She added that buyers in need of technology solutions in Rwanda will be able to meet sellers of technology solutions in a professional setting and benefit from a symbiotic relationship where business acquires what they need to grow.

The enterprise technology offers expert opinion, facts and figures that help executives navigate the growing maze of technologies thus helping them confidently make technology purchase decisions.

Mugaga further hailed Rwanda for being ahead in technology. “Rwanda is an emerging regional technology power having authority like RITA which other regional countries don’t have,” she said.

According to Mugaga, the company target is to reach 15,000 key technology buyers/ decision makers in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Sudan by December.

The enterprise technology is published bi-monthly and distributed to 4 major countries in East Africa and neighboring countries.

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