Dimension Data increases IT presence in Africa

May 31, 2011 • Mobile and Telecoms

Africa’s award winning Information Communication Technology (ICT) company, Dimension Data has extended its operations to 49 countries across the globe, an official has said.

Dimension Data has presence in 10 African countries comprising  Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Uganda and Tanzania where it offers   professional services such consulting Services, managed services, IT outsourcing services, logistics and supply chain services.

Responding to questions by on Tuesday, Dimension Data Communications Manager for Middle East and Africa, Barbara Muzata, said her company was now covering four other continents including America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

Muzata said Dimension Data also offers other services such as network integration, security solutions, converged communications, operations management, data centre solutions, advanced infrastructure, customer interactive solutions, microsoft solutions and innovative and sustainable solutions and services.

“Dimension Data is a member of the NTT Group. The company stands ready to help its clients respond to the unique challenges of Africa and the Middle East.

“This is where Dimension Data was born and bred. As the region’s largest ICT company, it draws on a wealth of local knowledge and global experience,” said Muzata.

To date, over 6,000 clients across all industry sectors, among financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, manufacturing, government and education are working with Dimension Data.

Muzata said her company had well over 12,000 employees with operations in 49 countries across five continents.

Dimension Data is ranked top ICT Company in Africa and rated top 10 employer in South Africa in two categories.

Dimension Data is a recognised industry leader with 55 client, vendor and industry awards.

By Savious Kwinika

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