Task System, a subsidiary of the Zinox Group Nigeria, in line with the desire to position its business for future growth, has announced new managerial appointments, with elevated to the position of Managing Director, while Mr. Lekan Faola joins the company as general manager Solutions.
Mr. Stanley Okpalaeke, former managing director of the company, is now group executive director in charge of Strategy/New business at Zinox Group Headquarters. Both appointments took effect from April 1st, 2016.
In a statement made available to Daily Times, the company affirmed that Oduntan’s selection was a result of years of outstanding and meritorious performance, which made her an unarguably excellent choice to fill the vacant role of Managing Director.
Oduntan is a graduate of Business Administration from the Lagos State University, and also holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) Degree in Business Administration from the University of Lagos, Akoka.
She has a wealth of experience in marketing Information Technology and Telecommunications and has also participated in several trainings within and outside the country.
A conscientious business leader with a penchant for service delivery, Oduntan has previously worked with companies such as Virgin Technologies Limited, Siemens Nigeria and Zinox Technologies Limited, before joining Task System.
Faola who was formerly General Manager, IT Infrastructure Strategies at sister company, Zinox Technologies Ltd., appointment as Chief Solutions Architect at Task Systems is a result of over 18 years of sound business development experience in Information Technology, Telecommunications and Networking.
As a highly trained engineer, Faola has proven ability to enter new markets, attract new customers and grow the business in competitive environments.
He also boasts a solid understanding of government, corporate, international and emerging markets with a successful track record in Business and Territory Development, Go-to-market strategy, Channel development, Strategic planning and Relationship management.