BIPC migrates to digital operations


By Sunday Ogli, Makurdi

BENUE Investment and Property Company Limited, BIPC, has migrated its operations entirely to digital platform in order to reduce operational cost and ensure sustainable growth.

The transition took place on Friday, during a training session organised for staff of the company on the processes held at the company’s corporate headquarters in Makurdi.

Managing Director of the company, Dr Raymond Asemakaha, while appreciating the consultant for doing a good job said the digital transition aims to structure processes within the company, reduce cost, enhance productivity and embrace the countless opportunities presented by the digital age.

Dr Asemakaha further said that under his watch, BIPC must stay ahead of the curve in an increasingly digital world so that the company can be transformed to meet international best practices.

He appreciated the staff of the company for the support they have extended to him since his assumption, assuring that he was ready to transform the company.

Revealing the functionality of the new processes to staff of the company, Engineer Terkimbi Tyavyar, who is an expert in software development, said the digital platform is designed to offer the best service to staff, stakeholders and investors wishing or coming to invest in the state.

Tyavyar took the staff of the company through all the features of the website (, ranging from the PPP portal, invest section, investment opportunities, investment process map, one-stop shop, ongoing projects, staff mail (where staff can relate officially to the public), publications, etc.

He also unveiled a human resources management system where staff logins will be registered to collect information such as staff identity, tickets, account balance, active and inactive jobs, meeting schedules and staff performance.

Other features the software engineer mentioned include goal tracking, documents where staff can submit work and be assigned jobs, biometric capturing machines, and a visitor management system, among others.

In separate reactions, Mr Joshua Nyipira, Acting Head of Department, Administration and Human Resources Management, and Mrs. Nguseer Butu of the Real Estate department appreciated the Managing Director for the innovations.

They pledged the support of the Managing Director in his drive to uplift the company.