Clients & Projects

We are glad to reference the following companies for having worked with them on one project or the other in the past:

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

The Project involved all ERP modules including ePayment, HCM, and OGSD IS-Oil.
The objective was to transform to effective financial and integrated business processes.
We were also involved in stabilization and support project.


This was an Oracle support project that involved the
development of newer version of the oracle application.
It also involved enhancement project.

Heineken International

This involved SAP ERP implementation, testing, training, and functional
Support to Heineken SAP FI/CO application users worldwide.
Main countries are Russia, Netherland, Spain, UK, Germany, Bulgaria, and Taiwan.

Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS)

We were involved in the stabilization phase of the project

Volvo Cars

The project involved training different levels of SAP Users and Local Application
IT Staff on the SAP business process functionality.
Project also involved identifying, configuring, and specifying improvement of SAP Finance Business Processes to the top management.
Integration with SRM was also involved.

Airbus Group

Corus Group

This was an ECC6 implementation of the company's manufacturing
and accounting process that involved the following modules: Business Intelligent, Plant Maintenance, Financial and Controlling Accounting. The project also involved
developing and delivering training materials using ASSIMA-DACG tool..

London Borough of Haringey

SAP R3 was implemented into the London Borough of Haringey to enable the Borough
to better track the collection of council tax,
and develop a better way of dealing with customers and vendors.


It was an IT project on cost charging system, involves planning, designing,
developing and writing business case on the process in ERP FICO and HR.
The objective was to establish an accountable and transparent IT cost charges as incurred by business streamlines with a goal to reducing operating costs.