African System Integrator Bluechip Expands To Europe Amid Growing Demand

Black-owned African integrator system, Bluechip Technologies, has announced its expansion to Europe amid growing demand. 

Bluechip Technologies, co-founded in 2008 by Kazeem Tewogbade and Olumide Soyombe, is a software company that works to provide business solutions and strategies to companies. The Nigeria-based organization focuses exclusively on assisting companies in planning, designing, implanting, and operating business application solutions. 

The organization gathers data from multiple sources and translates it into information that can help organizations understand trends. This process also allows them to assist businesses with understanding data to make better decisions based on the information it receives. Bluechip Technologies is one of few African tech companies focused on training data professionals.  

Bluechip Technologies’ latest expansion will see the platform expand its services to Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, and the DRC. The recent development follows the growing demand business’ have for the integration services and products Bluechip provides. 

“We are excited to be one of the trusted experts answering the growing demand for data products and solutions in the global market. Numerous businesses trust us to provide quality analytics solutions, which has led to referrals from our international clients in Africa for projects outside the continent,” said Olumide Soyombe, co-founder. 

“We are looking forward to combining our expertise with local knowledge to secure new strategic relationships, with the experience we bring from one of the toughest markets meaning we can offer this market the same robust solutions and services.” 

The company has successfully worked with large companies and expanded its clientele to connect with international companies like Oracle and Microsoft. The latest expansion provides Bluechip with the perfect opportunity to bring its expertise to the broader EU market.   

Kumba Kpakima

Kumba Kpamika is a tech reporter at POCIT. A documentary about the knife crime epidemic in the UK got her a nomination for the UK's #30toWatch Young Journalists of the Year.