RPC Data aims to strengthen Botswana ICT industry

  • March 22nd, 2021 - 1 min, 29 secs read

RPC Data aims to strengthen Botswana ICT industry

RPC Data said it aims to position the country as an ICT hub, leveraging from decades of experience in the sector.

The Botswana Stock Exchange listed company has been a catalysts in transforming the local ICT industry, value addition to the economy.

“We are committed to developing the ICT market in Botswana,” said Managing Director Komal V. Rao.

“Strategically RPC Data is working on establishing a vibrant ICT industry that not only supports the local demand but together with the Government of Botswana make the country an ICT hub exporting ICT services to the region.” RPC Data boss emphasised on creating opportunities in the ICT using local resources so that it can bring a massive impetus onto the local economy. The ICT company specialises in services such as IT consulting, training, support management and license support.

“Working with SMMEs was a recent strategic decision RPC Data took in order to find a sustainable diverse market. We have developed innovative methodologies of delivering complex solutions at exceptionally economical value that is taking the market by storm,” said Rao.

RPC Data said it has participated in the growth of the country’s economy by training and equipping IT experts from both the private and public sector. The company has been offering specialised training in software for more than 12 years. Other than providing training on ERP products like Oracle EBS – RPC Data continues to critically focus on data related technologies including database commonly used for running online transaction processing (OLTP), online analytical processing (OLAP), and data warehousing (DW) workloads. With levels of unemployment skyrocketing on a daily basis, RPC Data is playing a magnificent role in mentoring and ensuring that IT graduates get opportunities within the industry and grow their expertise.

RPC Data operates in Zambia, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

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