Our Financial, Material and Human Resource Capacity.
Our Financial Capacity :
Ayisire Consulting Limited enjoys a good and healthy working relationship with our bankers which we have built over time.
Our Hardware and Software Capacity :
Our Human Resource Capacity:
What Makes Us Stand Out:
Our Service Delivery Approach:
Our Analytical and Report-Writing, Facilitation and Interpersonal Skills :
More than any other type of technical writing, analytical report writing requires the use of critical thinking skills. It requires an analysis of a problem, analysis of the work that has been done before on that problem, and a recommendation of solution(s). Analytical reports thus call for self-criticism and objectivity to come to the best possible solution. As a young dynamic firm, we pride ourselves in the level of creativity of our core research team. Our varied background also provides for a rich blend of interpretation and content that characterize our field or survey reports.
Our Track Record.
Key Related Assignments Conducted in the Past Few Years :
|Assignment Name||Description of Activities Undertaken||Commissioning Organisation|
|Customer Physical Address Verification||Physical verification of addresses for new account holders||Diamond Bank Plc|
|Verification/Enumeration of PHED Customers and Consumers||House to house verification and enumeration of existing and potential customers as well as consumers of its services within Port Harcourt||Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED)|
|Audit research of e.susu||A post implementation audit research on e.susu, a product of Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc using qualitative and quantitative research tools and approaches in selected locations||Stanbic-IBTC Bank Plc|
|Attitude and perception survey of stakeholders of the court system in Lagos Nigeria||Desk research, qualitative and quantitative survey of stakeholders in Lagos, Port-Harcourt and Abuja to determine their perception and attitude towards the justice (comprising of the courts, police and prisons) systems||Lagos Court of Arbitration (LCA)|
|Quality of telecommunications service survey in rural and urban Nigeria||Qualitative and quantitative survey of telecommunications subscribers across 2 geo-political zones in Nigeria, to determine their level of satisfaction with the quality of services offered by their respective service providers||Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) A collaboration effort|
|Impact assessment of USPF projects across Nigeria||Socio-economic impact assessment survey (using qualitative and quantitative tools and approaches) of the various intervention projects (2007 – 2010) of the Universal Services Provision Fund (USPF) in rural Nigeria||Universal Services Provision Fund (USPF) of the NCC A collaboration effort|
|Regulatory impact assessment (RIA) survey||A qualitative and quantitative survey of telecom service providers and consumers on the impact of the telecommunications regulatory environment in Nigeria, Ghana, Niger and Benin Republic||West Africa Telecommunications Regulatory Assembly (WATRA) A collaboration effort|
|Building industry perception survey of stakeholders||A quantitative survey of mechanical and electrical engineering sub-contractors on their perception of the market, its challenges and opportunities (Lagos market only)||Classified Client A collaboration effort|
|ICT industry perception survey of stakeholders||A quantitative survey of ICT infrastructure contractors’ on challenges and opportunities within their market (Lagos market only)|
|IUCD perception survey||A qualitative and quantitative survey of stakeholders regarding their perception of IUCD and Misoprostol||Society for Family Health (SFH) A collaboration effort|
|Rice production and processing survey||Quantitative survey of rice producers and processors in 5 states (Benue, Niger, Kaduna, Kano and Kwara)||Carana Corporation USA A collaboration with RBS Consulting Limited|
|A critical look at the production and processing cost of stakeholders within the Rice value Chain in southwest Nigeria. The aim was to identify areas of bottle necks through a well-articulated water fall analysis of rice cultivation and processing operations||UK-DFID Pro-Poor Opportunities through Commodities and Service Market (PrOpCom) A collaboration with RBS Consulting Limited|
|Rice, cassava and palm oil socioeconomic survey||A quantitative survey of rice, cassava and palm-oil producers and processors in selected states||International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) A collaboration with RBS Consulting Limited|
|Energy Consumption Audit||An enumeration and energy consumption audit of manufacturing firms across Nigeria to determine their average monthly energy consumption from public and private power sources||Global Infrastructure A collaboration with RBS Consulting Limited|