The telecommunication services companies limit business growth by offering rigid last mile structure. For business with multiple offices or with desired of expansion this creates potential headaches by way of cost effectiveness & management. System 5 fills this void by focusing on unrestrictive last mile fibre services partnering with enterprise SLA’s.
We at System 5 not only pride ourselves in the high level of support and customer service we offer, we are also very proud of the partnerships that make it possible to deliver proven IT systems made up of industry leading products. To ensure that our customers reap the rewards of having only the very best systems in place we focus on the following five areas
Enlisting the help of proven IT systems and support is one of the essential factors in the success of most businesses, it is often the competitive edge that separates competitors. Without reliable IT, it’s almost impossible to improve productivity and profitability.
99% Uptime SLA ; Dedicated 1:1 Bandwidth ; Arguably the fastest, most reliable internet connection available for Business in South Africa
Connectivity is as important to your business’ profitability as Backup and Disaster Recovery is for your business safety and continuity. Almost every business will tell you that their internet connectivity is the backbone of their business. Without a reliable connection most businesses face real productivity and efficiency troubles.
We at System 5 know technology and we make a concerted effort to understand your business such that we may offer tailored solutions. This means that we can help you make the latest technology your best ally to carry your business forward. Sound advice and our proven IT support model means that you can focus on your core business and leave the rest to us.
To be prepared, one needs to expect the unexpected. Does your business have systems in place that provide guaranteed uptime? System 5 believes that all businesses require a Business Resilience solution in the event of crisis.
‘The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. It will be fast beating the slow.’ Rupert
According to PWC’s report Into Africa: The Continent’s Cities of Opportunity, Africa is at an exceptional historical crossroad, if there was ever a moment for an entire continent to seize the day, this is it. The growing middle class, the strong demographic growth with improving age mix, the technological innovation that we have already seen in mobile payments for example, growing choice of investment partners from the global south and fast-paced urbanisation are shaping what the future of Africa could look like.
CIOs who left frazzled by these IT challenges also find themselves in a situation where their budget is eaten up by ‘keeping the lights on’ ; leaving them without enough time and resources to dedicate towards an IT strategy to ensure that their infrastructure evolves with technological advances and company growth. It also means that CIOs don’t have time to enhance their own growth and career development.