Olushola Kehinde | Team Lead
Olushola Kehinde is the CEO of Shokenny Solutions. An ICT Professional, Inspirational speaker, Youth leader, Entrepreneur and a graduate of Physics Electronics from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State. A Member of Certified Project Management Professionals, Mikrotik Certified Network Associate, Certified Computer Engineer with other certifications in IT and also in view. He has over 8 years practical experience on IT strategic development, Project Management and Implementation with significant leadership experience to the business.
He is also the Field associate (Nigeria), Widernet Project, Chapel Hill, U.S.A which his major objective is to install and train on eGranary Library in all regions of Nigeria.
He successfully installed and implemented the provision of over 30 network points for data and also reconfigured the network devices for better scalability for SOCODEVI NG with a lot more projects implemented and completed.
Lateef Abayomi Bashorun | Director | Non-executive
Abayomi is responsible for the delivery of effective, timely and quality project support across all projects and business areas. His role encompasses the production and maintenance of project plans, project documentation, budgetary and progress reporting, administration in project matters such as risks, issues and change support, document control and also managing the project portfolio and resources allocated to each project. He served as part of the project management team for the migration of First Bank Capital Network Infrastructure.
He successfully managed the implementation of the Cisco unified communication for the head quarters of the Abbey Building Society plc for over 50 IP phone users. This solution provided users with features like voicemail, call rights, secured conferencing. He managed the deployment of the AudioNet voice recording system upgrade for the treasury department of the UBA HQ. He also installed and managed the implementation of the automatic workstation switches for Dun Loren Merifield’s hi-tech traders’ desks.