Local partnership strengthens South Africa’s ICT offerings

Computing

Local developer of risk mitigation and workforce optimization solutions, Spescom DataVoice, signed a strategic partnership agreement with GijimaAst, a South African Information Communication Technology (ICT) company.

The agreement states that GijimaAst is one of Spescom DataVoice’s channel partners and has access to the full range of Spescom DataVoice products, including proprietary solutions that record, manage, re-create and analyse voice transactions and workforce optimisation.

“We will leverage GijimaAst’s strength and expertise to access new markets, such as the public sector and mining,” says Kgabo Badimo, MD of Spescom DataVoice, who chose GijimaAst for their understanding of local flexible solution targeted at the South African market.

Through the recent partnership, GijimaAst gains access to a range of locally developed business communication solutions, including voice recording portfolio, business processes and security solutions.

Spescom is a JSE listed company operating in the ICT sector. Founded in 1977, this South African company focuses on the delivery of integrated business communication solutions that leverage voice, video and data technologies to enhance the way businesses communicate with their customers.

The company has four divisions Spescom DataFusion; Spescom DataVoice; Spescom Telecommunications and Spescom Media IT, combining to deliver a range of voice application technologies, telecommunications and broadcast solutions. Spescom has a staff complement of 258 with offices located in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and London (UK).

GijimaAst is a South African company listed in the Technology Sector of the JSE Securities Exchange and recognized as a complete ICT partner. The competencies and vertical market focus of GijimaAst includes broad experience and market penetration in the manufacturing, mining, telecommunications and financial services markets, as well as national and provincial government departments.

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