Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Arnaud Tawuo is Dedicated to his Field of Information Technology

Arnaud Tawuo is an expert in the networking field and has spent a lot of time in working on high scale networks. He holds CCNA (in 2006), CCNP (in 2007), CCIE in Routing & Switching in 2010, MBA from USA and many other certifications and specializations including, JNCIP, Microsoft, F5, CCNP Security, CCNP Voice, CCNP Datacenter and consults for several enterprise-level customers.

After completing his MBA, Arnaud Tawuo returned to Africa to commence his own business in the field of information technology. He established his own business - “” which is a company that allows businesses to advertise the products or services through social media networks. Besides this, he also worked on other projects with his friends. These projects include, “Abyster” which is an adapted version of EBay fpr Africa and “Himore Mediical” which is a telemedicine business venture to help diagnostic patients in remote regions of Africa.

He established “Intelligentsia Corporation” which is a non-profit organization and offers training courses to less privileged students. The organization is managed by a team of 150 people over 6000 students are trained in a year. He is passionate about molding the career of the students and aspires to see them at heights in their field. The students drive him to dream big, take risks and move constantly to reach his goals.

Arnaud Tawuo served DIRECTV as the Chief Architect and handled crucial responsibilities. He led a team of eleven engineers from six different teams to offer a crucial solution to the problem. This project was crucial for the business as the NFL/DIRECTV contract was more than a billion dollars. To execute the project, he spent 48 hours in reading the design documents and operation reports of those different subsystems, he consulted with different experts. Besides this, he gave equal responsibility to everyone because of which they felt equally important and willingly thought of innovative solutions.

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