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EOH and LSD Information Technology partner to lead open source in Africa

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EOH and LSD Information Technology partner to lead open source in Africa
Rob Godlonton Director at EOH. EOH

EOH has announced the acquisition of LSD Information Technology (LSD), a company specialising in Linux and enterprise open source technology. The partnership addresses an identified gap in the market by bringing the value and innovation that open source solutions provide, in enabling EOH customers’ digital transformation journey.

By identifying global trends and local needs, EOH is able to proactively source and secure capabilities that will assist with the adoption of the digital revolution. LSD’s offerings across Linux, automation, devops and containers is a great technology fit for EOH to lead open source in the market.

Rob Godlonton, Chief Executive of ICT at EOH; “We have a long standing relationship with LSD that goes back many years. Their introduction into the EOH family makes sense and it complements our value proposition to our customers in the digital world. We believe our customers will derive great value from our joint solutions as open source becomes increasingly integral to our customer’s ICT strategies.”

“Being part of EOH enhances our ability to scale and meet the growing open source demand” said Stefan Lesicnik, MD of LSD. “The EOH acquisition of LSD reinforces the recognition by the market that open source does provide significant benefit, both strategically and operationally. We look forward to jointly helping customers with this revolution.”

In conclusion Rob said; “The opportunity created with LSD and our ICT business is huge, and we are all excited to have the team join us. It is a great reflection of the strides we are taking in continuing to grow and lead the technology services industry on the continent.”

Edited by Dean Workman
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