SizweNtsalubaGobodo provides a range of services that are designed to assist businesses position themselves to sustain operations, compete and add value within developing markets. These services include assurance, B-BBEE accreditation, corporate finance, corporate governance, forensics, ICT advisory, public sector and tax.
Integr8 has served as strategic services partner of SizweNtsalubaGobodo
for seven years, managing all levels of ICT infrastructure, connectivity and a host of cloud services. The site is connected to the Nerve Centre, from where 24/7 communication and technology is managed. .
As a progressive business defined by a computer-dominated environment SizweNtsalubaGobodo has benefited extensively from a consistent and reliable level of service and support. This partnership has ensured that SizweNtsalubaGobodo has remained ahead of innovation and the dynamics of practical application of solutions in trade and commerce.
Representatives from SizweNtsalubaGobodo recently committed to a new service level agreement incorporating national infrastructure support.
Members of Integr8’s extensive technical service and consultancy division have helped to make sure that its client is able to depend on- and leverage off the highest possible uptime.
“We are a totally technology dominant environment. In our experience Integr8 has always provided the highest possible level of service and nothing is impossible for them to attempt in order to assist in the requirements of the organisation,”
Bennie Strydom, Sales Director and Partner at Integr8, described the partnership with his client as “very positive and mutually beneficial” and believes that SizweNtsalubaGobodo represents a progressive operation that has embraced the inherent value of strategic technology acquisition and application.
“We are proud of our association with our client and the real progress that they have made in using technology and managed services to bolster their operation. We look forward to more years of value and enhanced service delivery ahead,” Strydom continues.