Nana Osei Kwasi Afrifa, CEO of Vokacom Ghana, developers of the Ghana Post GPS explains how the system works.
Vokacom is a Ghanaian firm that has a long history in the country, dating back to when it was originally formed in 2004. Through more than 12 years of history, Vokacom’s practice in Ghana has set the bar for professional IT services in the marketplace, be it software development or big data management. Today, the Ghanaian firm is still setting the Standard of Excellence in the industry under the leadership of its CEO, Nana Osei Kwasi Afrifa, who is supported by capable partners and over 40 staff.
Vokacom has well-established roots in Information Technology, Digital Addressing, Content Aggregation, Financial Advisory, Agribusiness and Real Estate in Africa. Our diverse portfolio ensures that we are constantly evolving to meet our clients’ needs with excellent customer service.
Vokacom is made up of 9 subsidiary companies (and counting), five (5) of which compete in the Telecom Value Added Services Industry to provide the best possible content to our clients with the other four (4) delivering high end public addressing, financial, real estate and Agribusiness solutions. Our friendly and efficient staff are totally committed to providing cutting edge solutions needed to help our clients to work and communicate more efficiently and profitably. Some subsidiaries under the Vokacom Group are Vokacom Softworks and Realty, Vasmol, TekHype, EHan, Innohub, Text Genesys and AsaaseGPS.
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, launched the National Digital Property Addressing System, “ghanapostGPS”, describing it as a “move ever closer to realizing our vision of formalising the Ghanaian economy.”
Launching the event at the Accra International Conference Centre on Wednesday, 19th October, 2017, President Akufo-Addo noted that the informal nature of Ghana’s economy has been a major constraint to her development.
The informal nature of the economy, he explained, has affected the nation’s ability to broaden the tax base, deepen and widen financial inclusion, and deliver services to those most in need.