Vodafone Ghana has picked nine key awards from two separate awards events held over the weekend.
The Telco won six awards from the Ghana Information Technology and Telecoms Awards (GITTA), and three awards from the Ghana Business Awards, held in Accra at the weekend.
At GITTA, the industry awards, Vodafone won Business Telecom Business Service Provider of the Year, Unified Communications Provider, and the Digital Transformation Team of the Year. The Telco’s free mobile money transfer service won Most Innovative Product of the Year. In addition, Vodafone’s prolific Chief Executive Officer, Patricia Obo-Nai, was crowned with the coveted Industry Personality Award. Joseph Lamptey, with the IT team, won Most Promising Technology Professional of the Year.
Vodafone also won the Telecoms Company of the Year for the second year running, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Company of the Year, and the highly celebrated and admired CEO, Patricia Obo-Nai, won the Women of Excellence Award for the private sector at the Ghana Business Awards.
Commenting on the awards, Patricia Obo-Nai, CEO of Vodafone Ghana, said,“These awards are a reinforcement of our commitment to delivering innovative technologies that connect people for a better future. I dedicate these awards to the team at Vodafone who made these achievements possible, and to our loyal and cherished customers for choosing Vodafone. We will continue to provide great customer service and leverage technology to make a positive impact in society.”
He said “Vodafone continues to set landmarks in the areas of product innovation, customer experience, industry, community interventions and in deploying mobile technology for social and economic good. Vodafone, as a brand, has championed technological innovations that are transforming lives and businesses across the country,” he said.
BY TIMES REPORTER