Nigeria Computer Society Commends Mira Technologies’ Innovations And Local Contents

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From left to right: CTO, Mira Technologies Limited, Ifeanyi Ifeabunike and the President, NCS, Prof. Adesina Sodiya, chatting during the NCS' executives' visit to MIRA Technologies

Mira Technologies Limited, an indigenous information technology (IT) firm in Lagos recently hosted the executive members of Nigerian Computer Society (NCS) at their Lagos office.

The visitation is in line with the NCS’ drive of engaging the IT sector and industry players.

This visit also coincided with Mira Technologies’ 8 years in IT business in Nigeria.

The exco members of NCS commended the company in the strides that they have made in the areas of capacity building and indigenous software development.

The President of Nigeria Computer Society (NCS), Prof. Adesina Sodiya, highlighted the need for IT professionals and organisations in the country to be members of the organisation.

He expressed pleasure that Mira Technologies Limited have done well over these years in the area of capacity building and project deployments.

“In his words “Our members are situated across the private and public sector. As of today, with over 15,000 members and close to 1,000 members in the country. The Nigerian Computer Society is on the drive to carry every IT professional along. The association has made interventions on behalf of many IT firms and is determined to ensure that local content policy is effective.”

Speaking to the media, the founder and Chief Technical Officer of Mira Technologies Limited, Ifeanyi Ifeabunike said “we are elated that the Nigerian Computer Society has recognised our strides in the IT ecosystem. It has shown that we are doing the right thing and we are happy to be associated with the highest body-association that is overseeing the IT ecosystem in the country.”

“Over the years, we have developed various solutions that are tailor-made to Nigerian businesses. Having done business in the country, we started developing various indigenous software that organisations found very helpful. We looked at the challenges that businesses face in the country when they deploy over the shelf and foreign software, we tried as much as possible to bridge these gaps. We deployed these locally developed solutions to bridge these gaps and also, we have ensured that our support and after sales is top notch and in line with global best practices”, Ifeanyi added.

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President, NCS. Prof. Adesina Sodiya, addressing MIRA Technologies staff

Mira Technologies Limited have developed and deployed robust solutions such as Mira HPro, this is an Enterprise Hospital Management System (EHMS). It is a web application that can run across multiple platforms.

The System is designed to provide the best user experience and also provide the hospital with the capability to manage out-patients, in-patients, diagnostics, process inventory, accounts, consultation, dispense drugs and manage personnel.

Next is Accsiss eBs. This is an accounting software, designed to run in multiple locations across different states, nations and continents, with complex network and diverse platforms. This version combines the functionalities of the small business version and more.

The firm looked at other sectors such as hospitality and tourism sector.

The firm developed Accsiss hBs which is a hotel management software. Accsiss hBs is designed to make hotel management easier and seamless.

It gives managers the power to manage booking and   reservation of rooms/accommodations, check-ins/outs, view accommodation status, manage accounts, inventory, sales, purchases and cashflow of the various departments of the hotel.

The firms developed other solutions such as Accsiss sBs which is a Student management software (SMS).

Designed for creche, nursery, primary and secondary schools.

It is a web application and can be deployed on a single computer, or on multiple computers across an intra-net (local area network).

“At Mira Technologies, we have experienced software architects and developers whose job is to design and develop Web applications. Our pool of developers is ready to develop whatever solutions you may need to get your business going. We ensure that clients get a robust support system from us”, Ifeanyi Ifeabunike concluded.

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