Cowboys in boots?
Many local CIOs lack the maturity and expertise needed to effectively deliver what their boards are demanding.
Eggs in one basket
Fairacres, one of the largest egg producers in the country, has revamped its entire ERP system.
Traditional mapping data for asset tracking, fleet management, business and market intelligence and web services is now being used to combat HIV/Aids.
Hear them roar
The Lions Rugby website has become a popular interactive community of online fans.
When traditional telco giants ruled the contact centre world, not many companies would run a software-based open-standard communications system on a Windows platform. The next thing we heard, the traditional PBX was dead.
Revving up performance
RPMcar believes it has an answer to the current global automotive market slump. It`s a pity nobody locally has heard of the company.
Lefatshe may be rustling up the industry, but its CEO, Noedine Isaacs-Mpulo, would rather over-deliver quietly than shout its successes from the rooftops.
Making an online buck or two
Fuelled by local broadband adoption, online sales figures suggest that there is much room for growth in the online retail industry.
On the shoulders of giants
A fresh approach to IT support, the entrepreneurial spirit of retailer Woolworths and a hunger for success were the right ingredients for the continued success of BEE company Reagola.
More bang for pay-TV bucks
African connectivity service provider Gateway Communications is breaking new ground with its pay-TV service throughout Africa – a lucrative and responsive market dominated by Multichoice.
From bedroom to boardroom
Specialising in the support of local SME IT systems, Netsurit has grown exponentially in the last seven years. Now it`s taking some of its service offerings and expertise overseas.
Taking banking offline
Net1 is using offline smartcard technology to bring banking services to emerging economies. The firm credits its financial success to constant uptime and online availability of its Stratus IT systems.
Text your next nurse
Cyber Nurse may be South Africa`s first public and private hospital web-based nursing agency, but could it alleviate the country`s nursing staff crisis?