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Established in 1982 as a division of Inlaks Plc, Inlaks Computers has grown consistently to reach the leadership position it has attained today. Inlaks Computers is a private limited liability company and a member of the international and well-established Inlaks Group of Companies. Inlaks Computers Limited enjoys a reputation for professionalism and commitment to its customers.

Today, Inlaks Computers Limited is the foremost ICT and infrastructure services and solutions provider in the markets in which we operate. The company specializes in ICT Solutions that satisfy the unique needs of Financial, Industrial/Distribution, Telecommunication, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing and Utilities sectors of the economy

Board of Directors

Inlaks Computers is a professionally managed organization comprising of a first-class board and management.  Our Directors have a respectable profile spanning over two decades of successful careers in Multinational, Manufacturing, Distribution, Management Consultancy, Financial, Government organizations, etc. Their wealth of experience has made significant contributions to the outstanding growth and successes of the company.

Members of Inlaks Computers Limited Board of-Directors (BOD) include Chief S.A. Adewusi (Chairman), Mr. Azad Shivdasani British, Mr. Michael Parsey (British), Mr. Henry C. Okolo, Mr. Femi Adeoti (Managing Director/CEO), Mr. Rajiv Bhatnagar (Executive Director), Mr. V. Sankar Naraynan (Executive Director) and Mr. Tunji Agbaje(Executive Director).

 

Success Stories

 

 

  • DATA CENTRE, HYOSUNG ATMS, INVERTER MANAGED SERVICES Inlaks Computers has been providing services to First Bank of Nigeria Plc for over 12 years in the design and construction of a world class Data Centre and Associated Services, both for the Head Office Complex Lagos and the Disaster Recovery Centre at Abuja . ...
  • TEMENOS T24, DATA CENTRE COOLING SYSTEMS, ATM INVERTERS Keystone Bank (Formerly Bank PHB) turned to Inlaks Computers for the implementation and ongoing support of TEMENOS T24 R08.The Commercial Bank replaced their previous Equinox Banking solution with Temenos T24 in 2008 and the application is currently running operations including Retail, Treasury etc, in their 225 branches nationwide....
  • DATA CENTRE, INVERTER MANAGED SERVICESInlaks Computers secured a strategic power deployment partnership with the bank for its branch Power clean-up comprising clean Earth and Lighting System, power conditioning and Power availability. Regionalized service centre and reduced mean-time to response/repairs in the event of equipment breakdown....
  • TEMENOS T24 Zenith Pensions Custodian Limited (ZPC), a subsidiary of Zenith Bank PLC, was established as a single purpose vehicle to carry on the business of pension custody in line with the Pension Reform Act 2004. They adopted TEMENOS T24 R06 in 2006 to drive their custodial operations...
  • NNPC - DATA CENTREInlaks Computers has recently constructed a tier 3 Data Centre Infrastructure for The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). In this Data Centre Infrastructure we use hot-aisle containment technology to implement high energy-efficient system with improved flexibility and higher availability centre backed up with alternate power to support the operation of the corporation. ...
  • TEMENOS T24The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) implemented and went live with T24 R05 under Project Eagle in 2005. The project; when it was conceived, involved the total computerization of the banks business. The first phase was driven under a tight deadline schedule within 10 weeks. Inlaks Computers performed to meet set targets and deadlines, showcasing the efficiency of Temenos implementation methodology....
  • TEMENOS T24The West African Monetary Institute (WAMI) has contracted Inlaks Computers with the deployment of T24 to the Central Banks of The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia under the WAMI/ADB Payment System Infrastructure for the Eco Zones. This ongoing project will unify the Central Banks in the West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ) unto one common platform. The Central Bank of The Gambia was the first to go “Live” on this project in January 2012; with the other Central Banks soon to follow.....

 

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