IT & Information Communication Technology (ICT)

At Sahel Direct Business & Consultancy (SDBC), we help our partners and clients who have not embraced IT and ICT components to understand the importance of both and how they could be of vital to their company’s growth and sustainability. We believe that technology and human-centred designs are revolutionising brands experiences.

Remarkable innovations are, therefore, the high selling points of our products and make sure IT and ICT are not confused with each other as they are two different fields.

We help our partners to understand that the industry of Information Technology (IT) involves computers, software, networking, and other IT infrastructures that will help them relay or manage information that is very important in modern-day living as seen primarily in bigger companies or corporations that run multi-billion-dollar ventures. So, it is in the interest of our clients that IT helps them strengthen their companies with the existence of a set of IT personnel that are equipped with servers, database management systems, and security measures for protecting confidential information about their companies which without their company’s important data can easily be compromised by many outside attackers and hackers.

Therefore, our core services of IT will be summarised as giving tools that hasten company productivity, automate business processing, establishes a way to connect effectively with valuable customers or clients, and also the basic core service of supplying information. The more specific sub-tasks will include in these core services, installing programs or computer software, building computer networks, designing an effective electronic system with our partners, and also helping them to manage their entire bulk of information in the form of databases.

As it stands, ICT is used in the academics for the benefit of the individual or the institution which is smaller in size than the ones handled by IT professionals in bigger industries. ICT can be as simple as utilizing audio-visual equipment for learning at school, the use of electronic telephone and other devices that help transmit information across as it has also been recognised as the incorporation of telephone and audio-visual devices in computers. This will specifically help academic institutions in the developing world to cut down the cost of operations, most especially in the removal of traditional telephone networks.