Dimension Data, the specialist ICT services provider, celebrates twenty years of operations in Botswana with a solid client’s base and a growing portfolio of skills.
Dimension Data’s Botswana operations have grown dramatically since its entry into the market in 1993. The company has achieved revenue growth during the period, satisfying private and public sector clients’ demands with a broad range of information and communication technology services and solutions ÔÇô including network integration, converged communications, data centre and Microsoft solutions.
“Today we thank our clients and staff as they are the reason Dimension Data has succeeded in Botswana. The past twenty years have been rewarding and we are delighted with the progress we’ve made in establishing and building strong client partnerships,” says Rakesh Parbhoo, Managing Executive of Dimension Data Africa.
The company has grown from a team of twelve to more than sixty full time employees, over eighty seven percent of them Botswana nationals. To better serve the Botswana market, the company has achieved Cisco and Microsoft certifications and specialisations important to its clients within the country.
Dimension Data Botswana has also set itself apart with its services portfolio, which includes managed, professional and consulting services to support services and IT outsourcing. The company also launched public and private cloud in Botswana in October 2012. The service will enable organisations to leverage cloud to leapfrog technology adoption, without having to incur exorbitant infrastructure costs and enjoy world class ICT services on a pay as you go model.
“Our clients are at the centre of everything we do. Whether they are a global or local operation, our clients has an ability to work with clients on a local as well as global basis; we look forward to continuing to help to enable our clients meet their business objectives through the innovative use of ICT technologies,” says Duncan Pie, Managing Director: Dimension Data Botswana.
Dimension Data has become an essential partner to the country, community, clients, and employees and is focusing on growth areas like cloud computing. “The company is committed to Botswana and to expanding its service delivery infrastructure and capabilities to create a more consistent and seamless client experience,” says Pie.