CU Management Hosts Amicable Turning Point Ventures

CU Management Hosts Amicable Turning Point Ventures

CU Management Hosts Amicable Turning Point Ventures

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles K. Ayo

A Covenant University alumnus, Mr. Peter Olaoluwa, on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, visited the institution on a quest for business partnership and collaboration with his company, Amicable Turning Point Ventures.

Mr. Olaoluwa, who is a 2011 graduate of Architecture and also the Managing Director of Amicable Turning Point Ventures, a company which offers Biometric Solutions for Time, Attendance and Access Control. They also deliver, supply and install Biometric Machines and Systems with dedicated software.

While making his remarks, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, commended the effort of the Alumnus in coming up with such a competitive Biometric solution. The Vice Chancellor also offered the company some advice on how to improve on its product and marketing approach.

Mr. Olaoluwa was given a tour of the Biometric Laboratory of the University after the occasion for him to better understand the needs of the institution in that area and make necessary adjustments to his product.

In his remarks at the occasion, the Registrar, Dr. Olumuyiwa Oludayo congratulated Mr. Olaoluwa for being able to start his own company in such a short time after graduation and expressed joy at the high level of resourcefulness of Covenant University graduates.

Also present at the occasion were a representative of the Director, Centre for Systems and Information Services, Mr. Ariyo Mobolaji; Professor S. N. John and Dr. Victor Olu Mathews, both of the Department of Electrical & Information Engineering (EIE).

Others are Dr. Nicholas A. Omoregbe and Dr. A. A. Azeta, both of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences; and a member of the Directorate of Media and Corporate Affairs.