Ghana named as one of Dell’s key African partners in latest growth agenda
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Ghana named as one of Dell’s key African partners in latest growth agenda

- Dell has expressed interest in partnering with selected African countries to drive their growth agenda

- The multinational company listed Ghana as one of its key partners for the exercise

- Dell revealed that it would provide solutions by using advanced technologies to drive growth and improve competitiveness

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American technological firm, Dell, has identified Ghana as one of its key partners for a strategic agenda for driving growth.

This follows a decision to increase its coverage in Africa in the wake of the outbreak of the coronavirus.

Senior Dell officials, in the course of their interactions with journalists, noted that the situation has compelled several companies to plan properly in order to stay in business.

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It was agreed that the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry and this has led to numerous changes in the market.

Per a report by 3news.com, the company noted that technology appears to be the key path to economic recovery and companies, therefore, need to build and strengthen the foundations for their digital future.

Ghana named as one of Dell’s key African partners in latest growth agenda

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YEN.com.gh understands that Dell intends to provide solutions by using advanced technologies to drive growth and improve competitiveness.

The company went on to say that issues of currency fluctuations, foreign exchange, and oil price fluctuations remain a major challenge in Africa so African governments need to invest more in local resources rather than allowing its people to travel outside.

In other news, Volkswagen cars are available in Ghana for as low as GHc60,000.

The details were contained in a proposal from Universal Motors Limited, which is the official distributor of Volkswagen cars in Ghana.

YEN.com.gh understands that the vehicles are available at the company’s assembly plant in the North Industrial area of Accra.

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