The City of Joburg, in collaboration with Standard Bank, announces a R250 million fund open to contractors of small businesses.
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The economic woes facing SA will impact the ICT sector by the first quarter of 2016.
Is your printing worth the paper it's on?
Sophie Vandebroek is an original.
We risk the double whammy of dissuading investors, and falling behind industrially.
Government needs to stop hindering the ICT community and become an economic enabler before it's too late.
Businesses and banks have to adapt to meet the needs of consumers.
JSE-listed ICT stocks offer good value for money when pitted against global peers.
Getting your hands on funding is still tricky, but will hopefully become easier as the ecosystem matures.
Today's digital and mobile world demands core business and enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that are leaner, more focused, more integrated and more agile. The cloud is meeting these needs by making ERP easier to deploy, more accessible, simpler to manage and more cost-effective. So says Keith Fenner, senior VP for sales at Sage X3.
SAGE X3 is a complete and integrated management solution that covers all areas of financial management, from general and budgetary accounting right through to managing commitments and fixed assets. As SAGE X3 is designed to lower typical ERP system costs and is adapted to suit your enterprise, long-term IT costs are significantly minimised.