It suffices to say, Business Process Innovation (BPI) is at the heart of all transformational agenda, where automation, business intelligence, robots, elements of artificial intelligence and mobility have become the main business solution enablers. With speed and accuracy, the expected outputs are derived.
The first and proven step to guide these transformations is education on the possibilities, benefits and applicability of IT in businesses. An objective analysis of the company and the joint creation of a digital strategy helps owners of SMEs to overcome their doubts.
Adherence to the above basic principles and requirements will enable us enjoy a sound, safety and healthy environment, while telecom services remain in continuous supply.
It is worth noting that the masts alone do not enable telecommunication services. The telecommunications infrastructure includes components such as masts, base stations, base station antennas, transmission equipment, generators, etc., and this has raised much environmental concerns, especially in the area of Environmental Impact Assessment. Today, it has become a part of the environment to see tall masts in different locations around the country.
The digitalisation of the other sectors of the Ghanaian economy is imminent, and the country must prepare for it. We can only do this locally if we properly resource our tech entrepreneurs to make them ready for this challenge.
Even if we (Ghana) would not implement a smart police station, we should look at developing a home-grown concept or system which can be used by the masses at vantage points to access public services with no human interface. In eliminating the human interface, we eliminate corruption and deepen digitization and the use of ICT.
It is quite encouraging to observe the developments taking place in the technology sector in Ghana. Entrepreneurs are obtaining some forms of supports from government projects/programs and other non-governmental organizations, which is reassuring. These supports are however accessible to a handful of entrepreneurs, and on a short-term basis.
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