Computer Warehouse Group Plc commenced operations in September, 1992 as Computer Warehouse Limited with only Four (4) staff members to undertake hardware projects.  Five (5) years later, DCC Networks, the communications arm of the group was established to provide VSAT, Metropolitan, Wide Area and Local area networks to corporate organisations. In 1999, based on the existing demands in the area of software solutions, system and training, ExpertEdge Software was acquired.

In pursuit of its Pan-African Vision, Computer Warehouse Group has established its regional offices in west, East and central Africa. CWG Ghana limited (2003), CWG Uganda Limited (2010) and CWG Cameroon Limited (2012) to handle the business interest of these regions.

On the 6th of march, 2012, CWG merged with its three (3) subsidiaries; CWL Systems , ExpertEdge Software and DCC Networks, thereby leaving CWG as the only surviving entity within the group and the subsidiaries becoming divisions. Since then, the group has evolved into an IT Powerhouse with a focus on enabling businesses through strategic partnerships with world-class organizations.

In February, 2013, CWG ceased to be a Private Limited Company and became a Public Company. On the November 15 of the same year, Computer Warehouse Group Plc listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The listing boosted the market Capitalization of the NSE by about N14 billion naira, making CWG PLC the highest capitalized security in the ICT sector. CWG PLC listing also marked the first listing on the exchange after the launch of the X-Gen trading engine- the same engine that is used on the NASDAQ.


Our vision:To be Africa’s Number one IT Platform Service Provider by 2020.

Our mission: We deploy technology solutions that enable growth.

Our quality Policy Statement:Computer Warehouse Group shall deliver ICT solutions that will add value to our customers’ operations, meet and exceed our customers’ expectations and we shall deliver them right first time and all the time.