Computer Store Uganda Limited, one of the leading suppliers of computer hardware and software in Uganda, has announced a new partnership with Microsoft as one of the Microsoft partner in Uganda. This strategic collaboration will enable Computer Store Uganda Limited to offer Microsoft products and services to its customers in Uganda, including the latest versions of Windows, Office, and other Microsoft software.
The partnership comes at a time when demand for technology products and services is rapidly increasing in Uganda. According to a report by the Uganda Communications Commission, the number of internet users in Uganda has grown by more than 20% in the past year, reaching over 20 million users. This growth has been driven by the increasing availability of affordable smartphones and internet-enabled devices, as well as the expansion of mobile networks across the country.
With this partnership, Computer Store Uganda Limited will be able to offer its customers a wider range of Microsoft products and services, including cloud-based solutions such as Microsoft 365 and Azure. These solutions are designed to help businesses and organizations of all sizes improve their productivity and efficiency, while also providing greater security and flexibility.
“We are thrilled to partner with Microsoft to bring their state-of-the-art technology products and services to our customers in Uganda,” said Wasswa Charles, CEO of Computer Store Uganda Limited. “This partnership will enable us to provide a comprehensive range of solutions to meet the needs of our customers, from individual users to large organizations.”
Microsoft has a strong track record of supporting local businesses and communities in Africa. In recent years, the company has invested heavily in initiatives such as the Microsoft 4Afrika program, which is focused on empowering African youth, entrepreneurs, and developers through technology training and mentorship.
“We are excited to partner with Computer Store Uganda Limited to bring the latest Microsoft products and services to customers in Uganda,” said Amrote Abdella, Regional Director of Microsoft 4Afrika. “This partnership will help to drive innovation and growth in the Ugandan technology sector, while also providing businesses and organizations with the tools they need to succeed in today’s digital economy.”
The partnership between Computer Store Uganda Limited and Microsoft is expected to have a significant impact on the technology industry in Uganda, driving growth and innovation in the sector and providing businesses and organizations with the tools they need to compete and succeed in the digital age. This collaboration is a testament to the commitment of both companies to support the growth and development of the technology industry in Uganda and across Africa.
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