Goshen Network

Who we are

Welcome to Goshen Network Technologies.

Goshen Network Technologies is Africa’s leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies, and products in the global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market.

What can Goshen offer?​

Goshen Network Technologies is Africa’s leader in digitally connected solutions that serves industries from the vehicle, property, and human tracking, mobile data, workplaces to schools, hospitals to campuses, and more. Our solutions, underpinned by the growth of IoT, include compliance monitoring, advanced risk assessments, and more.

Goshen Network Technologies leads a global team offering the world’s largest portfolio of building technology, software as well as service solutions with some of the most trusted names in the industry.

Our vision

Our vision is to provide high-speed data secure internet connection to all levels of Internet users in Africa, through IoT services to enhance their quality of life. We want to make sure that all customers can get value and quality services to boost their, personal, business and work. We treat our clients with pride and esteem. By doing this, we anticipate customer needs and aspirations and make it convenient for them to do business with us.

J Emmanuel Williams Sr.

CEO/President / Goshen Network Technologies


Dr. Fodee Kromah

Board Chairman
Dr. Fodee Kromah received a BSc degree in GEOLOGY from the Cuttington University, MSc degree in Geology from Michigan State University, graduate diploma in mineral economics from the prestigious Colorado School of Mines, a PhD in Geological Sciences from Cornell University, and a post graduate diploma in Applied Earth Sciences from Stanford University.

J Emmanuel Williams


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