IT management as a service helps smaller companies to cope in a world of disruption.
There are many IT support options in the market for large companies, but not as many for SMEs, says Garth Francis, MD of Xepa Consulting.
Local small and medium businesses (SMBs) are increasing their capital spend on IT systems, says Jos Nickmans, channel manager at Sun Microsystems.
The government should address obstacles that prevent SMEs from contributing to overall economic growth.
Banks have no interest or concern for the small to medium enterprise (SME), says Keith Levenstein, CEO of Econoserv.
Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) can improve their productivity with improvements to their IT infrastructure, says Zulfiq Isaacs, manager of Liquid Thought.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) contribute significantly to job creation, social stability and economic welfare across the globe. Are South African SMEs doing the same?
Small and medium businesses (SMBs) are sometimes forced to take a short-sighted view of their future, says Willie van der Merwe, regional chief executive of Business Connexion.
If transformation and black economic empowerment is to be successful, corporate SA must support small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs), says Bridgman Sithole, group executive of Business Connexion.
The one-on-one intimacy layer is one of the most effective tools for small to medium enterprises (SMEs), says Meryl Malcomess, marketing director of Syspro.
True entrepreneurs, who are always on the lookout for new opportunities, know that size doesn`t count when it comes to business.
The small to medium enterprise (SME) market is still relatively untapped, says Gary Sweidan, director of DataPro.