Dell SA supports Deloitte awards programme

Dell SA

Dell SA

JOHANNESBURG – DELL South Africa, the technology company, has announced its support of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Africa awards programme 2014.

Launched in South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and Zambia, the programme focuses on giving recognition to technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of revenue growth within Africa over the past five years.

The awards are a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship across Africa.

Run by Deloitte, the Technology Fast50 Africa is part of an international programme which allows qualifying entrants of the Technology Fast50 Africa to be put forward to the Deloitte Technology Fast500 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) programme, along with entrants from other national programmes run by Deloitte in the EMEA region.

“At Dell South Africa we strive to empower our customers through the use of technology which enables them to do and achieve more.

“The Deloitte Fast50 supports those values and we are happy to be part of the programme,” said Stewart van Graan, Managing Director, Dell South Africa.

“We are also pleased to announce that we will host the South African winners at a workshop where the Dell senior management team will share best practice on business management. In addition to this they will receive IT tech start-up equipment from Dell.”

Winners of the Deloitte Technology Fast50 Africa are eligible for the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast50 EMEA, which ranks the fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

– CAJ News











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