It has implemented solutions in a number of large mining and manufacturing enterprises and has developed proprietary solutions for key government departments and agencies.
“TTCS will significantly augment our Pan-African growth plans and support EOH’s purpose of providing technology, knowledge, skills and organisational ability, critical to Africa’s development and growth,” says EOH Group CEO, Asher Bohbot.
In EOH’s staff, 54.1% are black, and 67% of EOH’s board members are black.
Since its inception in 2012, the EOH youth job creation initiative, in partnership with sector education and training authorities, has created job opportunities for over 3 500 learners and interns.
Cash resources increased to R1 466 million, positioning EOH well for investments in new territories, products, services and industries.
EOH is certified as a large enterprise level two contributor, with a black shareholding of 36.3%.
EOH’s range of offerings, expertise and experience can be applied to improve public sector effectiveness and service delivery, and we plan to continue to grow our public sector activities,” says Bohbot.
CCS solutions are custom built, developed over 30 years and world-class in their chosen domains.
TTCS has a presence across the African continent with offices in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana and Nigeria and projects in several other countries, including Ghana, Namibia, Tanzania and Cameroon.
TTCS has an unrivalled track record of delivering complex IT solutions across a broad range of large public and private sector organisations and enterprises in Africa.
EOH plans to continue to grow aggressively in all areas through the introduction of new lines of business, industry-specific solutions and new domains.
Growth will be organic, complemented with strategic acquisitions.