Productivity is the buzzword on many people’s lips today. In our fast-paced world, the demand to get things done quicker and more efficiently has never been higher. And nowhere is this more relevant than in the start-up and SME space, where business owners need to be at their most productive to get operations up and running smoothly.
Following on from our Reinventing Productivity event held in Kenya last month, we invite you to take part in our Twitter party to learn more about boosting your business growth through productivity from our panel of experts. Join us on Tuesday, 7 June 2016 at 12:00pm GMT – here’s how it works:
- Follow the @MicrosoftAfrica Twitter handle, which will host the Twitter party
- Use the hashtag #MSEmpower to engage with our expert panellists
- Questions will be asked at five-minute intervals. Once the five minutes are over, panellists will move to the next question. So you have five minutes to join in with your experiences, or ask a follow-up question
- Due to volume, not all your questions may be answered
Meet our panel of experts
Dele Akinsade – Server and Tools Business Group Lead for Microsoft Sub-Saharan Africa
Dele has worked at Microsoft for 13 years across the Services Group, Enterprise Group and Business Group. The Microsoft Server and Tools Group develops, markets and supports software and services designed to help companies be more productive at every level – from the individual, to the team, to the whole organisation. As the Server and Tools Business Group Director for sub-Saharan Africa, Dele is responsible for the marketing, sales and deployment strategy of Microsoft’s products, for enterprise, and small and medium customers. His goal is to provide economical solutions that help SMEs increase their competitiveness by being more effective and streamlined.
Rami Azzi – Business Group Lead, Office Division, Sub-Saharan Africa, Microsoft Corporation, West, East and Central Africa & Indian Ocean Islands
As the Business Group lead for Application and Services across sub-Saharan Africa, Rami’s main responsibilities include growing the revenue of the Office Division, across 49 countries, by helping customers move their productivity solutions to the cloud and empower them to do more. Rami joined Microsoft in 2014 as the Strategy Lead for Microsoft 4Afrika, an initiative that focuses on three pillars (Skills, Access and Innovation) to grow the technology capabilities of young Africans and drive Socio-Economic development across the continent. He is passionate about Africa and the role technology could play in improving the skills and capabilities of Africans and putting the continent at the forefront of a digital transformation.
Rotimi Olumide – Director, Windows Business Division, Sub Saharan Africa & Indian Ocean Islands, Microsoft Corporation, West, East & Central Africa
Managing the Windows Business Division across 49 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Rotimi is responsible for one of the most exciting and dynamic businesses on the African continent. During his 13 years at Microsoft, Rotimi has worked as Business Operations & Strategy Manager to the vice president for the US Server Business and held leadership roles in the Worldwide Online Services Group, Windows Business Division and US Marketing & Operations Team. In his current role, Rotimi is responsible for creating marketing strategies, executing market campaigns and selling motions for Windows Operating Systems & Devices Business.