We are creative thinkers

We build the future

Making life pleasant is our priority

We are delivering beautiful digital products
NGTech
Innovative

We are innovative.

Flexibility

We are flexible.

Reliability

We are reliable.

Working to build a better Technology

New Generation Technologies is a Hardware and Software technology manufacturing company in Nigeria that focuses on developing products to promote businesses and education.

We also develop products and kits to help spread DIY technology across Nigeria and Africa. We also have online Electronics Components sales and delivery platform to take electronic design closer to people and hobbyists.

We always stay with our clients and respect their business.

Electronic hardware consists of interconnected electronic components which perform analog or logic operations on received and locally stored information to produce as output or store resulting new information or to provide control for output actuator mechanisms

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Project Completed
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Awards Won
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Cups of Garri

What we do

HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT

We run the programs, and we support them through all of our folks, but usually the hardware is somewhere else.

SHOP

Our online shopping makes everything so much easier – it’s a bad habit of mine.

TRAINING

Live a life full of humility, gratitude, intellectual curiosity, and never stop learning.

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMET

Computers themselves, and software yet to be developed, will revolutionize the way we learn

We provide high quality and effective services.

We offer high quality, cost-effective, and development services that enable you to increase your business or pre-existing systems We deliver user-friendly technologies

Hardware Development - 4 years Experience

Software Development - 3 years Experience

Our Online store - 2 years Experience

Training - 2 years Experience

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