Gemalto is playing a key role in the digital revolution taking place in Africa
Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, announces the opening of an office in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, to better meet the needs of its customers on the ground throughout West Africa.
This move is part of the Group’s strategy of being a global player with a local presence, as demonstrated by its 85 offices in 44 countries worldwide. It also adds to Gemalto’s presence in Africa through its offices and partnerships, in particular in South Africa, Gabon, Ghana, Morocco, Burkina, Kenya and Nigeria.
The new information and communication technologies market in Cote d’Ivoire accounts for nearly 10% of the GDP of the country, which has a cell phone penetration rate of more than 90%. This new location will therefore aim to further foster the digital development of the local economic fabric. This genuine technology hub will leverage skill transfer and the pool of engineering excellence available in the country.
"Gemalto is playing a key role in the digital revolution taking place in Africa, and has already demonstrated its position as a major player in the field of telecommunications, banking services and […]