GCNet Incorporation and Ownership
Ghana Community Network Services Limited (GCNet) was incorporated in November 2000 as a private-public sector partnership (PPP). Its Shareholders are as follows:
(i) Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS)
(ii) Ghana Shippers Council (GSC)
(iii) Ecobank (Ghana) Limited (EBG)
(iv) Development Finance Holdings (DFH), a subsidiary of Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB)
(v) Societe General de Surveillance (SGS)
This strong public-private partnership, which is made up of very credible Shareholders, who have all been and supportive “project champions” has been one of the critical factors to GCNet’s success so far.
Office & Staff
GCNet has a staff strength of 75, who work in eight departments, namely Executive Management, Administration / HR, Finance, Operations, Systems, Network, Logistics, and Security/Quality Assurance.
Besides its corporate offices at Premier Towers, GCNet also maintains field liaison units wherever the system has been migrated to. The field units have been responsible for the maintenance of the system at these sites, and the provision of on-site support to users.