NETIS: Weathering the storm – making a profit in Ghana
Jean Farhat explains how Netis are evolving to protect profits in a market where margins are reoded from all sides
2014 was a tough year for managed service providers in the Ghanaian market as the devaluation of the Ghanaian Cedi threw the market into uncertainty and a fuel supply crisis hit companies’ ability to deliver. In this interview Jean Farhat, Managing Director of leading end-to-end service provider Netis, explains how they have worked hard to tighten up on controls in order to maintain profits and deliver optimum performance for their clients.
TowerXchange: How do you see Ghanaian towercos dealing with power issues? How will changes to power provision affect your offering to clients?
Jean Farhat, Managing Director, Netis:
There is currently power crisis in Ghana, grid is very poor in quality and availability.