Cable company cements KZN connections

27 February 2019 | Web Article Number: ME201913752

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Cable company cements KZN connections
Seacom’s leadership team in Durban recently to meet customers and channel partners are (from left) Steve Briggs, CCO; Grant Parker, GM Business SA; Des Ramsay, GM Business KZN; Robert Marston; Global Head of Product

PAN-African telecommunications service provider, Seacom, completed the 100% acquisition of the SME-focused Internet Service Provider, SAI, in KwaZulu-Natal last year.

SAI, now rebranded as the Seacom KwaZulu-Natal office, will lead the company’s expansion in the province, addressing the market for fibre Internet access to business-customer premises.

Leaders from the company were in Durban recently to address SAI’s customers and channel partners. Among the topics discussed were the ability of the newly merged entities to improve connectivity and grow their customer and channel partners’ businesses.

Leaders from the company were in Durban recently to address SAI’s customers and channel partners. Among the topics discussed were the ability of the newly merged entities to improve connectivity and grow their customer and channel partners’ businesses.

“SAI customers and staff will benefit significantly from the resources Seacom has to offer. With a connection directly into the heart of the African Internet, user experience will be unsurpassed and Seacom’s presence in KZN accelerated,” said Des Ramsay, formerly MD at SAI and now Seacom’s GM Business KZN.

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