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Octasis provide services across diverse industries including finance, government and pharmaceuticals.

 Financial Services

Risk Management

Significant financial opportunities exist in the newly emerging markets of Sub-Saharan Africa but many of them are missed. Reason is because; many sales and marketing executives lack familiarity with the structure of the markets while those familiar sometimes underestimate the sheer effort to implement an effective risk management solution as banks in Sub-Saharan Africa need to be Basel II compliance.

Basel II is to create an international standard that banking regulators can use when creating regulations about how much capital banks need to put aside to guard against the types of financial and operational risks banks face. An enterprise-wide risk management solution must in the minimum provide a cohesive, coherent framework for identifying, assessing and managing risks, internal controls, and compliance mandates while systemically enabling organisations reduce their operational losses.

At Octasis, we can help provide holistic view into risks, controls, and loss events across the organisation which will empower decision makers make informed risk-based decisions to proactively address risks, opportunities and meet regulatory requirements (Basel II) while protecting and creating value for the various stakeholders of the organisation. Our solutions ensures Chief Risk Officers and Chief Credit Officers join their risk and compliance procedures by producing a single, consolidated framework for defining, measuring and managing risks, policies, internal controls and loss events.

Octasis has partnered a leading business intelligence solution company - Amadeus Software Limited (www.amadeus.co.uk) in delivering end-to-end risk management solutions and services using SAS® to meet the growing demand in Sub-Saharan Africa.




E-government initiatives embracing ICT as tools for public service delivery and democratic participation have become a key component of public sector reform worldwide.

Local government has a very different set of e-government objectives from a state government or the federal government while government agencies have different needs to support their specialised missions and objectives. Understanding what e-government can offer and aligning it with organisation's business objectives is an important and yet difficult task.

With the familiar constraints of ICT in Sub-Saharan Africa for example the number of computer per head is relatively small in comparison to other parts of world, however some modules of e-government if properly designed and implemented can deliver measurable values i.e. Government-to-Citizen (G2C), Government-to-Business (G2B), Government-to-Government (G2G), Government-to-Employee (G2E).

We can help any tier of government to research the need and relevance of e-government, then advice, design and implement the appropriate module of e-government.


Clinical Trials

The cost of clinical R&D continue to rise sharply with total cost from discovery to market is estimated at over $850 million, almost half of this is on clinical trials. A well organised and cost effective clinical trial is imperative for successful drug launch without comprising on quality and regulatory obligations.

Our databases have a full compliment of Investigators in Sub-Saharan Africa who are experts in various therapeutic areas. For Phase I-IV studies, we provide full range of services from SOPs writing, clinical study design to analysis to pre-approval to post marketing and all our processes are ICH and 21 CFR Part 11 compliance. We have numerous years of experiences required managing studies in most therapeutic areas.


The importance of continuous monitoring of both safety and efficacy of marketed drugs is as important as pre-approval stages because these assesses the drug risks and benefits once launched and also in line with worldwide regulatory requirements. We have good knowledge on the pharmacovigilance requirements and Good Pharmacovigilance Practice (GPvP) in most Sub-Saharan Africa countries and help clients avoid costly errors that can threaten reputations and unnecessary legal issues.