LITHE SD to open new branch in Kigali


A Mauritius multinational IT solutions distributor with a channel partner base in several countries such as Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles, Reunion and Kenya is opening a new branch in Kigali soon.

Partnership between Mauritius and Rwanda aims at strengthening human resources development and bring together Mauritius professional companies to give hands on skills and capacity building among the youths.

Some of the companies decided to open new branches in Rwanda due to the investment opportunities and effective RDB’s framework and platform to attract and facilitate foreign investors.

Ameer Kamani said Rwanda is a potential market for their products then it is high time to open new branch in Kigali as soon as possible to satisfy the market needs.

“Our company provides ICT solutions to Small and macro enterprises, financial institutions like banks, media houses in general all people who need the protections of their data ” he said during  September 20  Kigali Marriott hotel gathering of  more than Ten Mauritius Companies for Capacity building fair.

Being asked what his company will provide as products he answered that they offer IT Network and Endpoint Security products and services. Backup solutions, storage solutions, managed detection and response solutions, Endpoint detection and Remediation solutions.Clouds services, consultancy services and data leakage protection solutions.

Mrs. Deeviah Pem operation and center manager shed light on how LITHE is a long term solution to unemployment youths in Rwanda where they will be recruiting employees with different competitive aspects.

Ameer emphasized that data theft causes threat and it is their strength to solve the issue as the fifth IT company in Africa. LITHE focuses on bringing new and innovative technologies to market ensuring the security of clients’data.

Nick Patel consular of Rwanda to Mauritius said that Mauritius has got so many training institutions that can contribute to the development of Rwanda. Skills development and helping start-ups is a key factor. Rwanda Development Board’s official noted that partnership with Mauritius training institutions help Rwanda to achieve 2030 agenda.

Author: Mbarubukeye Etienne

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