Cornfield Transnational LLC Avails Self as Solution Provider in Eco-System

Babatope Agbeyo
Babatope Agbeyo

By Emmanuel Ajibulu

Babatope Agbeyo
Babatope Agbeyo

Presently, growth and acceptance in Information Technology initiatives are largely embraced virtually in every aspect of human endeavors. No serious minded organizations can escape its positive effects.

More pointedly, information technology broadly encompasses the information that businesses create as well as a wide spectrum of linked technologies that process the information. In addition to computers, data recognition equipment, communications technologies, factory automation with other hardware and services that are involved.

This evolving revolution is positively driving the ways organizations operate in their respective businesses without stress or regrets. Consequently, it is reshaping the product or services itself, the entire package of physical goods, services, and information organizations provide so as to create value and convenience for their teeming target audience.

Cornfield Transnational Limited, a parent company to Media Concept International and Botosoft Technologies is leaving no stone unturned to remain a virile and veritable stakeholder that can offer solutions capable of combating many societal challenges through the use of Information Technology.

In the last few years numerous milestones had been recorded by this company.
The CEO of the conglomerate, Babatope Agbeyo, in his remarks said: ??In 2011 Cornfield Transnational Limited recorded great milestone when our information and technology concepts for the Police Biometrics Central Motor Registry was approved by the Nigeria Police Force and a 25-year Public Private Partnership MOU was signed with Media Concepts, a member of Cornfield Transnational LLC. The company’s info-tech department developed and deployed the application.

In December 2011, the project was launched and commissioned by President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. The successful launching of the project is a result of excellent co-operation between partners and associate consultants to Cornfield Transnational Limited under the platform of Media Concepts International Limited. Besides, our company through its well experienced and professional team has the capacity to handle complex processes of producing commercials, editing, incorporation and 3D animations, making the client’s project a masterpiece by our unmatched artistic perception through the use of contemporary technology. We are also known for producing high caliber interactive CDs ranging from single to multilingual.??

Babatope equally spoke on the company?s relationship with National Examination Council, NECO. According to him, ??our esteemed organization has a success story to share on NECO examination ethics, which is on video compact disc, this is a production showing all the rules and regulation that guides the conduct of the examination right from the point of registration till the release of results. It?s a way of ensuring that candidates are well educated and well informed about the rules and regulations of the examination body before they sit for the exam.??

He noted that ?in 2009, the West African Examination Council (WAEC), the foremost and largest examination body in Africa Commissioned Media Concepts under the management of Cornfield Transnational Limited to produce its e-brochure on Video Compact Discs for all candidates sitting for its examinations.? As a result of our professional commitment and adherence to quality with primary value in excellent customer satisfaction, the company has been able to maintain its clientele since 2005 till date.?

Besides, he said ??I am glad to also inform you that in 2009, Cornfield introduced the production and supply of customized of examination materials like the calculators to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, the Examination body responsible for the conduct of entrance examination to all? tertiary institution in Nigeria. Millions of these were produced and supplied by Cornfield to the body within three months of its commissioning.?

It would be recalled that WAEC?s Head of National Office (HNO), Mr. Charles Eguridu, once informed the media about Candidates Identity Verification, Attendance, Malpractice and Post Examinations Management Systems (CIVAMPEMS) innovated by Cornfield Transnational Limited. The device is primarily meant to check exam malpractice, saying that the measures were approved by the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC). Worried by the continuous increase in examination malpractice in both the school and private candidates? exams, WAEC NEC approved the introduction of the ICT device to curb the menace and give credibility to examinations being conducted by the council. And already, WAEC management has test-run the device.

According to Eguridu, the ICT tool was used for the first time during the May/June 2014 WASSCE, describing the device as a timely approach to a more effective administration of exam day process. WAEC posited that the innovation would seek to address and record real time-examination-day processes, capturing and recording events/ occurrences as they happen, with the ability to report them in a timely manner, availing users of the system access, reliable data and post examinations reports.

The ICT-driven device enables supervisors and staff of the council on duty, to address and record the processes in real time on the day of the examination.
These include identity verification, capturing and recording occurrences as they happen, such as candidates? attendance and examination malpractice and transmit same to our data base. With this, the council is able to generate valid examination reports for each examination centre.
The ICT tool seamlessly works using the mobile, hand-held terminal; REFID Smartcards and UV torch light.

Eguridu further noted that the council, through a symbiotic synergy with Cornfield Transnational Limited with effect from 2014 WASSCE, would introduce biometric-enabled certificates.
He explained that the certificates would have a QR code with details of the candidate?s biometric features and actual grades would as well be encrypted.

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