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Toyin Oyewole
Chief Executive Officer


The vision that we have for our corporation, Internet Technologies Ltd (nettechTM), GOD's grace, is that we are active players in the regeneration and rebuilding of our country Nigeria.  We have come together, one and all, to offer ourselves to service, to the task of nation building, to the edifying of ourselves and our people, to the reclamation of our rightful place in the league of pre-eminent nations.

We feel that both individuals and corporates have a role to play, in providing leadership and sharing of resources and experience.  Our hat is thrown in the ring of technology - the database and the Internet - and we look forward to serving the business community and peoples of this country to the best of our ability, so help us GOD.

Olanrewaju Oyewole
Chief Technical Officer


Technology has the potential to improve so many peoples lives, especially in Third-World economies.  A major driver in the founding of this company has been a desire to bring into the Nigerian economy, knowledge and expertise in Information Technology (IT) from Europe, and indirectly, from the USA.  The hope is that by working with businesses, and in some cases with the Public sector, improvements in service could in the first instance better the quality of interfaces provided to people.

Alternatively, by increasing the profitability of businesses, and their economic activity, knowledge and wealth percolates to the society at large.  With over seven years experience in England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, we are in a good position to participate in this mission of trans-continental knowledge exchange, while also securing a place for this company, Internet Technologies Ltd, as the doyen of Nigerian technology corporations in the not too distant future, by GOD's Grace.

Gabriel Ogunniyi
Project Manager


In the engineering of software systems, it has been clear, since the 1970's that a structured approach to development is not only necessary, but also optimal. Since those times, it would seem that new methods and techniques to support the development process appear almost weekly. At nettech, we know that not all approaches are expedient in all business environments, and we take care to apply only those technologies that best serve the purpose.

Different problems applications require different approaches and techniques and occassionally, an identical problem in a different business context may require an unidentical solution. However, in the engineering of any substantial business systems, we insist on a structure, and certain prerequisite procedures for evolving the solution from the requirement. Our objective at all times is to deliver quality systems that satisfy clients, are enduring, and bolster our reputation as Software System Engineers.

Gabriel is a graduate of the University of Ibadan, and has several years of experience design and development of software systems.  His empathy, patience and diligence, in addition to his experience and knowledge of systems engineering, has been invaluable in seeing projects from conception to completion.

Lawrence Okpoho
Network Adminstrator


The Machinery and Operating System (OS) combine to form the foundation on which all other IT activities build, a sound foundation gives confidence and allows room for imagination and expression in the upper layers.  At nettechTM, we are always looking for new ways of securing this foundation as well as cutting costs for our customers.  Over time we have developed a pragmatic bias for the Linux OS on the backend (Server-side) as it offers a lower cost of ownership for our clients, providing UNIX-class features at PC prices, as well as very high levels of security and availability.

The Intel platform continues to provide a cost effective solution for many SMEs, but more recently AMD based systems have become an option for cash-strapped lower end clients.  The company continues to maintain expertise in, and support for those clients whose needs are best served on NT/2000 platforms, as well as defering to the superiority, ubiquity and accessibility of the plethora of Windows OS(s) that dominate the desktop.  Whatever the requirements though, clients will find the in-depth knowledge of hardware OS(s) by this department reassuring.

Lawrence was formerly a Senior Network Administrator at the Nigerian Postal Office (NIPOST) and has many years of experience in managing hybrid networks. His proficiency with Oracle 8i databases gives him an additional responsibility of overseeing development database instances in a mixed NT/Linux LAN.

Abdulmujeeb Olorunnisola
Program Manager


Perhaps the most basic requirement for excellence in any field and particularly in the programming field is interest.  No extent of academic achievement can replace the genuine interest of the individual to become a good programmer.  The desire to seek excellence as a programmer is a necessary spark to fire up the persistence and determination needed in sticking it out in the dynamic world of logic, patterns and algorithms.

A major asset has been the relaxed and informal office environment.  This combined with a great variety of training and complementary media, frees up the mind, and stimulates the intellect  The output and commitment of this department attests to the value of that investment.  Combining these fundamental necessities with a structured environment of system engineering, effort is more effectively chanelled at delivering quality systems that not only meet, but exceed the expectations of clients.

ABJ is a graduate of the University of Lagos and comes from a background of C programming for bespoke commerce systems, and simulation. With extensive experience and knowledge of a plethora of languages and environments, including, C++, Java, PERL, Visual Basic, Linux, NT, Process Control, SQL, ... etc.

Felicia Adebanjo
Configuration Manager


Due to the complexity of software systems, it is virtually impossible to place a quality mark against a system of many parts, or to give reassurances to clients based only on the whole. However, by ensuring that the parts that make up the whole have all been developed to a certain standard, confidence levels can be shored up. Quality assurance makes a logical assumption that if all the parts of the system are correct, the whole system will be, to a large extent, sound.

The primary tool for the validation of the quality of software components, today, is Testing.  Testing applied throughout the system development lifecycle verifies the sanity of requirements, is an aid to the review of design, and the validation of the developed system against the specification of the client's requirements.  Inadequate testing, or no testing at all, leads to errors that become exponentially more expensive to fix as system development progresses.

By employing Testing and strict Change Management, this department helps to reduce the mean time to failure (MTTF) and failure intensity or mean time between failures (MTBF) of the systems engineered by nettech designers and developers.  A priceless by product of this effort is the confidence clients gain in systems that we engineer for them.

Felecia Adebanjo is a computer science graduate with a background in web page development and interface programming.  This has been a useful launchpad into the world of Testing and Configuration Management.  Her department now oversees the progression of software, from specification to Customer Acceptance Testing.

Oluwole Oyebanji
Media Manager


The World Wide Web continues to grow faster than any other segment of the Internet.  Its graphical interface and hypertext capabilities have caught the fancy of Internet users and the media like no other tool in history.  Businesses, Schools, government and other organisations are flocking to the web to promote themselves and their products in front of an audience spanning the entire planet.

Due to the web's popularity and its cost-effectiveness as a marketing tool, the World Wide Web is quickly becoming the electronic market place of the future.  By melding technology and culture, we have been able to preserve the message/intention of our clients - exegesis - while changing the medium of expression, this requires imagination, empathy, and attention to detail, qualities that all nettech clients can take for granted in this new world of opportunities.

Wole is a Graphic Artist/Designer, a talented young man with vast ideas and knowledge in Art and Design.  His background has been illustration, however, exposure to the computer and the dexterity of its interface has convinced him of its potential for expression.  He now leads our media department and oversees all visual interfaces, online and offline.

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