Founded in 1996 by Ellman Chanakira, TTCS has focused on implementing business solutions (as well as IT infrastructure) across Africa and the Middle East.It operates in both the private and public sector, including the social security, tax and revenue collecting agencies.TTCS has received numerous awards and accolades from global enterprise solution providers for the quality and content of the solutions it delivers.According to Ellman Chanakira, Group CEO of TTCS: “EOH is a natural home for TTCS, spurred on by EOH’s passion for Africa and innovation, coupled with a collaborative and entrepreneurial culture, focused on creating jobs, building skills, as well as providing knowledge services across the continent.” EOH and TTCS will jointly take their strong IP and business solutions into Africa and provide proven African-developed solutions for the continent.* Cash increased by 86.6% to R1 466 million (2014: R785 million).EOH is the largest technology services provider in South Africa providing the technology, knowledge, skills and organisational ability critical to Africa’s development and growth.
“We will continue to challenge other South African businesses to join our initiative to provide meaningful jobs for hundreds of thousands of young South Africans over the next few years,” says Asher Bohbot, CEO of EOH.
“The joining of these two successful businesses is exciting and provides a perfect platform for our African growth strategy that will accelerate in the years ahead,” concludes Bohbot.
Read more at Zmx TSt Ac B4TGp U.99 Highlights: * Revenue increased by 39.4% to R4 610 million (2014: R3 308 million).
Cash resources increased to R1 466 million, positioning EOH well for investments in new territories, products, services and industries.
EOH is certified as a large enterprise level two contributor, with a black shareholding of 36.3%.