Gozy Ijogun, Female IT Entrepreneur, Now CEO Of Task Systems Ltd.

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By founding the first structured mobile device distribution company in Nigeria, TD-Mobile, at the age of 25, she changed the country’s digital roadmap. She holds a degree in chemistry from University College London and a master’s degree in accounting, organizations, and institutions from the London School of Economics.

Ijogun delivered a staggering N38 billion in her first year despite the fact that she had only 7 employees. Mrs Gozy Ijogun was clear about her mandate to shape and disrupt the industry during the Eko Hotel project launch in 2013, which was observed by several CEOs from the banking and manufacturing sectors as well as Senior Executives of major mobile device OEMs.

This young businesswoman concluded her statement that evening by stating that she was in Nigeria to bring value to developing digital products and complementary services and was determined to be successful. It was a straightforward speech delivered with assurance. She outperformed investors’ expectations one year later. Within a few years, the world’s top manufacturers of mobile devices, including Nokia, Samsung, Infinix, Tecno, Apple Inc., and others, appointed her fledgling firm, TD-Mobile, as Authorized Distributors.

With her very outstanding performance, TD-Mobile was now integrated into TD Africa Distributions Ltd., the pioneer and leading technology distribution company in Sub-Saharan Africa, representing over 25 global brands like MICROSOFT, IBM, HP, CISCO, LENOVO, DELL, ASUS, SAMSUNG, just to mention a few.

Mrs Ijogun, widely renowned as an astute and thorough-bred professional, rose to the position of Managing Director in a short period.

Her strong leadership traits were complemented by consistent performance, both in capacity building and growth in revenue, profitability and market share.

She introduced a lot of ICT solution products which has placed TD Africa as a distinguished solution-focused Tech Distribution company in the continent. TD Africa also launched creative financing to support the huge network of African Resellers. In a continent marred by volatilities and inconsistencies in policies, access to working capital made possible by TD AFRICA empowered many businesses and birthed thousands more.

Effective, April 1st, 2023, Mrs Ijogun was appointed the CEO of Task Systems Ltd, an ICT Solutions Company with a clear mandate to be the leading technology company in Africa.

Task Systems was launched 36 years ago and has been a pioneer in the tech sector, pioneering a lot of innovative ICT solutions in the Oil, Banking, Media and Multi-media, Manufacturing and Public sectors with over 27 global awards to her credit. Task Systems has been the support solutions backbone for many companies in Nigeria in the late 90s till date. At a time, Task Systems had over 257 tech professionals deployed in major companies like Shell, Chevron, Total PLC.

A Global Citizen with major senior Management courses attended at global institutions like Harvard, she is also a digital native and one of the brains behind This is Me – a Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) drive spearheaded by TD Africa and supported by major multinational corporates which focuses on lending greater engagement and support for the voiceless, physically challenged and other vulnerable members of the society as means of restoring their dignity and helping them achieve their innate potential.


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