PNN is a pan-African technology service provider that began operations out of Nigeria in 1998, playing a significant role in the development of the communications and power sectors of the economy.
Over the last 19 years, we have grown into a group of companies focused on the sale, deployment and management of communications and power infrastructure throughout Africa. We provide cost efficient services to our clients, allowing them focus on their core business of service delivery.
PNN currently employs over 100 staff, comprising of both expatriates and indigenous persons, in Nigeria, , Ghana, Kenya and Uganda, and we aim to expand into a minimum of 20 African countries by 2020.
PNN’s corporate mission is to enhance the socio-economic growth within Africa by providing value adding communications and power solutions to the clients and communities in which we operate.
OUR CORE VALUES
Our core values form the basis of everything that we do. They guide the way we manage the careers of our staff, the way we deal with our customers and the way we run our business.
We believe in facilitating and stimulating the development of local skills and resources, thereby creating more wealth for any nation in which we operate.
Our people are provided with resources and training to ensure that we consistently produce exceptional results, meeting or exceeding the expectations of our clients. We have confidence in our system and so we can be relied upon by local and international clients.
PNN has developed a reputation for being an organization that is transparent in all its dealings. Our sincerity and strong moral principles are improved every day, as we render excellent service to our satisfied customers.
PNN’s people are always willing to commit time and energy to achieve total customer satisfaction. Once we promise or take a firm decision to do something, all resources will be deployed to meet the set business targets.
We turn innovation into sustainable economic activity. We are eager to pursue opportunities without regard for resources currently controlled. This is because we know entrepreneurship is a major driver of economic growth.
Over the last thirteen years, we have built a client portfolio that covers both public entities and private enterprise. Some of our clients include:
- The Federal Government of Nigeria
- The Central Bank of Nigeria
- The Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA)
- The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
- The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)
- The Ekiti State Government
- The Lagos State Government
- The Ondo State Government
- The Ogun State Government
- Uganda Police
- Uganda People’s Defense Force
- Kenya Internal Security
- Helios Towers
- OneCard TopUp
- PAWA 774
- Pramark Limited
- Fidelity Bank Plc
- Guaranty Trust Bank Plc
- Nokia Siemens Networks
- Yu Telecom
- Equity Bank