NITEL in thanksgiving party, CEO calls for more innovativeness

Nitel's thanxgiving party

National Integrated Technology Limited (NITEL) on Friday hosted its annual thanksgiving party where the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Andy Kamkwalala called on employees to be more creative and innovative as they move into the new year.

Kamkwalala was speaking at the ceremony hosted at NITEL's head office in the Old Reserve Bank Building in Blantyre.

He said the company has registered success in this 2019, which was reason enough to be grateful.

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NITEL Hastings Thembakako (L) and Janet Munthali share the turkey. Photos: Vincent Zodabwitsa

“A company is just but a file at the registrar of companies but what makes it eminent and important is the people that populate it,” he said.

He added that 2019 has been quite unprecedented as the company has bolstered its team with the hope of taking the leading technology company to the next level in 2020-2025. 

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NITEL's Head of Business Development and Sales Godwin Chimseu  (in white golf shirt) and other employees sample the food

“We have a great team, inspired individuals and inspiring individuals, also dedicated people from the engineering to sales force to colleagues in administration and the executive that inspired this to be what it is.

"We have brought in a number of new partners both on the technical and business development sides. Performance wise we have evolved our product roster a lot in the past 11 months. We've bought in new products, reclassified some of them. At this moment we are poised to implement a strategy that will help us acquire scale in 2020 and going forward," he said.

Kamkwalala also took time to appreciate the peaceful co-existence in Malawi which he described as an opportunity.

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Some of the company’s products include enterprise applications, data communications and financial technology.

Similar thanksgiving functions were also held at NITEL's Lilongwe and Mzuzu offices. Staff were also afforded the opportunities to tell their stories that were worth giving thanks for.

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