Chief Executive Officer of Bsystems Ghana Limited, Thomas Baafi has been awarded for his outstanding contribution to making Ghana, a Pan-African leader in Financial Services Software.
Mr. Baafi who received the award at the just ended Ghana Development Awards ceremony held in Accra also took home another award for leading software solution firm Bsystems, for its contribution to growth and development of the Computer Software Industry in Ghana.
Through his leadership, Bsystems has over the years blaze the trail of developing top notch cutting-edge IT based business solutions including the Electronic ID Verification, Smart HR and Payroll, Collateral Registry System and latest on the market, the Bvirtual Card.
Currently Bsystems Collateral Registry System which allows customers to search the system’s database to ascertain whether the same collateral has not been used to cover another borrowing is being implemented in nine African countries including Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Zambia, Malawi, Uganda, Ethiopia and Mozambique.
As one of Ghana’s top 3 leading systems consulting and software development firms, supporting over 45 banking and financial institutions with Bsystems applications and Oracle related products, the company has partnered with global industry leaders to provide service solutions unmatched within the African tech space.
Speaking to Biztech Africa following the event, Mr. Baafi expressed profound appreciation for the honor bestowed upon him and Bsystems Limited, and acknowledged that the awards are recognition of the commitment, dedication and hard work of the entire workforce at Bsystems and promised to continue the lead in development of real time innovative solutions to help meet the demands of customers across the African continent.
“I am glad that Bsystems has been chosen as one of the companies that has help in the development of the software industry in Ghana,” he said.
The Ghana Development Awards organized by The Business Executive Limited is aimed at identifying and publicly recognizing individuals both in public and private institutions that have contributed to Ghana’s socio-economic development in pivotal ways as well as foreign institutions that have proved to be exemplary development partners individuals and both public institutions and private enterprises that have contributed to Ghana’s socio-economic development in pivotal ways, as well as foreign institutions that have proved to be exemplary development partners.