SOURCE: African Business Review
NORWICH, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Jun 13, 2012) - For 20 years Aptronics has been one of the most innovative and forward-thinking IT companies South Africa has to offer, and it is still striving to improve even today. From the beginning, the company has always been services focused, but as the years have gone by, the technologies and systems available have changed, enforcing a great responsibility on Aptronics to not only be ready and adapt to these changes, but to foresee them and apply them to customers also.
A large part of the company's success is down to the close-knit family feel among employees. Every staff member is made to feel valued within the company, and the CEO, Anil Pema accredits this to the satisfaction passed on to customers.
"People will usually list materialistic things but the two key assets I have here in my organisation are; firstly, my customers, and secondly, my staff."
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While employees clearly enjoy their time with Aptronics, the skills they undertake are paramount to the continued success of the business. The entire drive of the company is to provide customers with what they need, and before anyone else does. The ability to cater for various customers' demands is a testament to Aptronics' flexibility and adaptability.
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