On Time International expands operations in Africa


On Time International, an organisation that provides essential services to companies and individuals in their daily life by creating local service centres offering support on administrative and business management issues, has announced a tour in West Africa in order to present the company’s expertise in managing administrative services on behalf of public authorities. On account of substantial experience acquired in the United Arab Emirates, the company wants to deploy its service offering on the African continent.

On Time International’s CEO Alpha Diallo (Photos credits: Lassana Doumbia)

On Time International’s CEO Alpha Diallo will therefore visit from March 7-13, 2016 several countries where public administration modernisation programmes were recently launched, including Ghana, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Republic of Guinea and Ivory Coast. “Several ongoing reforms and projects in West Africa allow us to believe that public authorities are eager to discover – and even ask for – solutions provided by the private sector,” said Diallo.

The company plans to deploy its activities by creating business centres – called ‘one-stop shops’ – in cities and rural areas, close to populations. In these centres, families, business owners and individuals will be listened to, guided and advised while completing their administrative procedures. “We want to set up an ambitious public-private partnership in Africa. If we manage to convince public decision-makers whom we will meet with, 1 million jobs can be created by 2020 as a part of our deployment plan,” Diallo added.

Source: On Time International


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