Datacentrix signs up as Finance Indaba partner 


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Datacentrix is an all-inclusive, services-orientated, integrated ICT solutions provider that uses leading technologies to deliver sustainable value to corporate and public sector organisations. The company, which has signed up as a partner for the Finance Indaba that will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre on 3 & 4 October 2018, strategically partners with its customers, equipping them with valuable insight and helping them to align their technology undertakings with their business strategy.  

Datacentrix's mature offerings, national footprint, and proven execution capability reinforce its position as one of the top ICT players in the market. The company - which has partnered with a leading ICT services provider in Central, East and West Africa to extend local operations to 28 countries across sub-Saharan Africa - offers integrated solutions that encompass its three divisional focus areas: the managed services division, which focuses on enabling customers to grow their businesses by driving efficiency, augmenting their business processes and systems and enabling management to make meaningful business decisions: the Technology Solutions division, which assists customers in driving their business strategies forward through the provision of integrated technology systems that simplify complex infrastructure solutions such as datacentre optimisation; and the Business Applications division, which provides customers the solutions to allow them to better utilise the information generated, manipulated and stored within their ICT infrastructures. 

As a Finance Indaba Africa partner, Datacentrix will have an exhibition stand that the event, which is the country's biggest annual expo and conference for finance professionals.

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