Trombinoscope (UK)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 04:03

(Togo First) - When it comes to ISPs, Jean-Marie Noagbodji, CEO of CAFE (Centre d'Assistance, de Formation et d'Etude) Informatique et Télécommunications SA, is a reference in Togo. Telecom Engineer by training, he has a degree in automation and electronic systems.

In 1987, Noagbodji resigned from his position as head of IT and operations at the Banque Togolaise pour le Commerce et l'Industrie (BTCI) to co-found with his wife (herself a PTT administrator) what was for a long time the first and only private ISP in Togo. At its beginning, the CAFE informatique provided computer training modules exclusively, but the company took a new step in 1997: it obtained the first telecom operator's license in Togo, a move that led to the diversification of its services.

Nowadays, the activities of CAFE Informatique et Télécommunication are oriented towards IT solutions, telecoms, office automation, cabling, networking, etc. However, the firm, which wants to improve Internet access and speed in the country, lost shares in the Internet market to Téolis and Canalbox, two ISPs that entered the Togolese market in 2018.

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