The Managing Director of
Fatty, who was speaking in an interview with our reporter on Wednesday at his office on
According to him, they deem it necessary to share their knowledge and experience with the Gambian citizenry, particularly in ITC, which remains very critical.
Talking about the progress, achievement, lapses and their business strategy plans for 2014, MD Fatty explained that the rationale behind the setting-up of the company was that they felt that nowadays, technology is very important and that The
"We believe that as young enterprise, Gambians have a responsibility to help in the development effort of the country," he stated.
Lasting Solution, he added, has a lot to give back to the country in terms of sharing their knowledge with the rest of the people who are interested in taking up a lifetime business in ITC.
Based on that, he said, the three partners of
"We are into several activities on software development, developing and designing software, such as payroll system, human resources, system integration, as well as computer sale and repairs," Fatty stated.
"We are happy to say that
He expressed satisfaction with the level of partnership between his company and their customers, saying their operation base is a clear manifestation of Lasting Solution's commitment in giving out the best to its customers and the general public.
Fatty also said Lasting Solution is also active in training and capacity building, which, he said, is very critical and of essence to any institution.
"We believe as citizens, we can develop fast if we consider our youthful population," he said, adding: "We should empower the youths with the necessary knowledge required for them to be more productive."
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