Resourcery Plc has won Microsoft funded Intellectual Property Champ Nigeria award in a recent event ceremony in Lagos marking this year’s World Intellectual Property, IP Day.
Over the last few years, Microsoft has been looking at ways of motivating its partners. By giving this award, the company makes it clear that it values those firms that can maintain its intellectual property. Microsoft loses millions of dollars across the developing world owing from theft of IP on their popular products like Office and Windows.
Microsoft Anti-Piracy Manager, Microsoft Nigeria, Seye Oloruntoba, explained that the significance of the awards to the partners arises from Microsof’s realisation that such partners are capable of ensuring that consumers receive the highest quality experience, best protection and most value for their money. He went ahead and noted that the awards recognised the tireless efforts of partners who are doing exemplary work in that area.
On receiving the Intellectual Property Champ Nigeria award, Resourcery’s Aderemi Adejumo said,
“I am honoured to be recognised by Microsoft with this award. As a trusted advisor to our customers, we remain committed to recommending the use of genuine Microsoft software.”
Resourcery is one of the leading Systems Integrators in Nigeria providing a comprehensive range of enterprise-wide, information and communication technology solutions and services. Founded in 1985, Resourcery has grown to a staff strength of over 180 professionals with offices in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.