OADC unveils partner programme in Nigeria and DRC
Open Access Data Centres (OADC), a pan-African data centre company, has launched its partner programme, CODI, in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria.
OADC says this initiative aims to establish colocation and ecosystem partnerships, which will give partners access to two hyperscale, Tier-III core facilities in key strategic locations, namely Lagos, Nigeria and Kinshasa, DRC.
According to OADC, the CODI partner programme is aimed at telecoms companies, internet service providers and ICT companies, and the company hopes it will facilitate collaboration among partners.
In a statement today, OADC says by joining CODI, partners gain access to a host of tools and benefits aimed at enhancing services, streamlining operations and boosting revenue.
It says that some of the perks include preferential pricing, incentives, rewards, sales support, marketing tools and support.
Greg Sellars, head of brand and communications at WIOCC Group, comments: “It (CODI) provides a platform where clients can expand their product offerings and seamlessly extend their business across all ecosystems in an open and transparent environment.”