Intellinexus launches refined offering aimed at building data-driven organisations across Africa

Cape Town, 20 Apr 2021
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South African technology company Intellinexus today launched a refined and updated market offering aimed at building data-driven decision-making capabilities within African enterprises.

The company specialises in harnessing the power of data and analytics to build greater intelligence within African enterprises and enable improved, data-driven decision-making.

Jacques du Preez, CEO at Intellinexus, says the ongoing uncertainty and disruption caused by technology and, more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has made it critical for organisations to build greater resilience. "We believe that organisations that make the best decisions will have the best chance at success, regardless of the disruption from external events. To make better decisions in today's fast-paced business environment requires that organisations build internal capabilities to collect, process and analyse data for insights. Our refined market offering supports organisations at any stage of their technology maturity by providing strategic guidance and technical skills to help them become truly data-driven."

The company's services are built on a mastery of data and analytics supported by expert technical and business teams that develop strategies that turn organisations' data into useful and usable insights. "Organisations need deep visibility into their business processes to understand what decisions to take to improve efficiencies, capitalise on opportunities and adapt to emerging threats," says Du Preez.

Intellinexus provides services in four key areas, namely data science, business intelligence, data management and a tailored talent sourcing service to ensure customers have access to the technical talent needed to deliver successful business outcomes.

The company is headquartered in Cape Town, with a national network of technical consultants and experts that support the company’s customers across the country.

Du Preez says data has become a major source of competitive advantage, but many organisations simply lack access to the skills or expertise to turn that data into a value driver. "Organisations are in a race to develop business and technology strategies that can build greater resilience, improve efficiencies and ensure long-term success. Our refined service offering is designed to provide expert strategic guidance and a mastery of technology and data to ensure organisations can leverage data insights to achieve their business outcomes and achieve long-term sustainability and success."

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