Alpha Diallo, the CEO of On Time International, is planning a tour throughout West Africa as the company spreads its operations throughout the continent to simplify the accessibility of public services to citizens.
On Time International will use technical support to speed and simplify various services, such as visa and passport requests, corporate registration and birth certificates, to allow authorities to spend more time and energy on strategic and sovereign missions in their states.
To make this possible, On Time International gained experience in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Now the business intends to use this knowledge to make public services from states, investment agencies and regional authorities more simplified.
“Several ongoing reforms and projects in West Africa allow us to believe that public authorities are eager to discover -- and even ask for -- solutions provided by the private sector,” Diallo said.
Diallo will visit several nations that recently implemented the upgraded public administration programs, including Nigeria, Ghana, the Republic of Guinea, Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast.
“We want to set-up an ambitious public-private partnership in Africa,” Diallo said. “If we manage to convince public decision makers whom we will meet with, 1 million jobs can be created by 2020 as a part of our deployment plan.”