Local Content Technology Fair and Round-table 2017

The event, co-sponsored by FinTrak Software, was held on the 26th of October 2017 in Abuja FCT. It was hosted by the Federal Ministry of Communications, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Office for Nigerian Content in Information & Communication Technology and the ICT Local Content Association (ICTLOCA).

The Round-table had in attendance many distinguished dignitaries, Heads of ministries, parastatals, agencies, guest as well as stakeholders from the private sector. The Round-table session was conceived by the Council of ICT Heads in MDAs in partnership with Tech Law Development services in the furtherance of the implementation of the Executive order Number 003 on Support for Local Content in IT Procurement and clearance of IT projects in MDAs as well as other institutions of the Federal Government.  The goal is to put an end to capital flight which is weakening the naira, prevention job creation in the nation and the negative impact on the economy.

Earlier in October at a media briefing in Lagos, the Director General, National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion, NOTAP, Dr. Dan Azumi Mohammed Ibrahim, disclosed that the agency has saved Nigeria N192bn in six years and secured about 38 patents for agencies and private researchers in six months of 2017. This was achieved through the refusal to approve importation of technologies, as well as services that could be rendered by Nigerians, which would have resulted in capital flight.

GMD FinTrak Software, Bimbo Abioye, was on hand to share the success stories of indigenous software in private and public sectors using FinTrak Software as a case study and he further expanded on how regulatory agencies can support the growth of indigenous firms as well as the IT sector. Though an indigenous company, FinTrak Software has a global footprint.

ED Business Development, Ladi Ipaye at the FinTrak Software Stand



ICTLOCA is the association responsible for the protection of interest of local ICT practitioners, enforcement and implementation of the NOGICD Act and other local content policies of government on the use and deployment of indigenous Information Communication Technology products and services in the oil and gas sector and other sectors of the Nigerian economy for the benefit of local ICT practitioners.

NOTAP is one of the 17 agencies under the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology established to regulate the inflow of technology in the country.


FinTrak Bags Two BoICT 2015 Distinguished Awards

Lagos, Nigeria, April 28, 2015 – At the Beacon of ICT (BoICT) Distinguished Awards Event, FinTrak Software Co. LTD, a pan-African fast growing leader in Software development and services for banks, insurance, manufacturing and other sectors, won the “Software Company of the Year” award;  while the Group Managing Director, ‘Bimbo Abioye won the “ICT Entrepreneur of the Year” award.


In 2014, FinTrak Software Co. LTD won the ‘Software Company of the Year 2014’and retained the same in this year’s awards. While, the GMD of the Company won the prestigious award of the “ICT Entrepreneur of the Year” for the first time on the Beacon of ICT (BoICT) Awards platform. Both of these awards underscore FinTrak’s position as an innovative and excellence driven company being led by a man with passion for ICT and an exceptional executive visionary and innovative leadership acumen.

The Beacon of ICT (BoICT) Distinguished Awards is organized by Nigeria Communications Week. The award is the biggest industry event with the aims of recognizing and rewarding companies that have contributed immensely to the country’s fast growing field of ICT. This is a respected merit-centric award for outstanding companies with best practices.  This year’s event which took place on 25th of April 2015 at the Eko Hotels and Suites in Lagos had Executives from Telecoms, NCS, ITAN, NITDA, NCC, NBC and others in attendance.

In his reaction to the awards, Bimbo Abioye highlighted that “I am very honoured to receive this prestigious awards. At FinTrak Software, we have always been focused on staying ahead of the curve, anticipating and quickly adapting to change and positioning our business model to capitalise on the developments in an increasingly digitalised world. These awards come as a call for more on our part and we are committed to working and achieving higher successes as we push the boundaries in the ICT Industry here in Africa and beyond”.


FinTrak Software is a global ICT organization providing technology and business solutions to commercial banks, mortgage banks and other financial institutions across Africa. Their core mission is to support businesses with technologies and intellectual strength required to enable them surpass their stakeholders’ expectations, through strategic alliances. Their team has successfully implemented over 100 technology solutions for various enterprises engaged in Commercial Banking, Mortgage Banking, Insurance and Manufacturing across: Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Cote D’Ivorie, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Senegal, Rwanda, Congo, Zambia and more in progress from our business offices in Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia and Kenya.