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DADTCO AFRICA
DADTCO AFRICA 农业
DADTCO Africa manufactures cassava - an African starchy root - into gluten-free tapioca starch. Rachelle Grobbelaar, Finance Executive, says, “We have recently sold the business. We developed the business through the Greenfields stage, setting up factories in Mozambique to sell into SA, and in the Ivory Coast. As we were in the Greenfields stage, we used Odoo purely for accounting.”

She says, “We choose Odoo because we work with various foreign currencies and languages. Other ERP systems couldn’t cater for French, Dutch, Portuguese and English, while Odoo could.

“We are satisfied with the system, there were some things we wanted that it didn’t offer, and we worked around those, but languages were the biggest thing. Using Odoo I could view documents, like our General Ledger that is in Portuguese, in English. I would definitely recommend Odoo for smaller businesses, it’s easy to use, easy to understand and follow.”
PEG Africa
PEG Africa
Entreprise de distribution de panneaux solaires dans les communautés rurales et péri-urbaines d’Afrique de l’Ouest. Mise en place des modules Achats, Ventes, Inventaire, Comptabilité, RH-Paie, CRM, Helpdesk.
Paratus Telecommunications (PTY) Ltd.
Paratus Telecommunications (PTY) Ltd.
A Paratus Zâmbia faz parte do Paratus Group, o maior operador pan-africano de telecomunicações de propriedade privada, com sede em Windhoek, Namíbia. Fundada como Internet Technologies Zambia em 2010, desde o início, a Paratus estabeleceu uma rede que se estende aos principais centros industriais e comerciais em toda a Zâmbia, com pontos de presença internacionais adicionais localizados na África do Sul, Botsuana, Namíbia, Moçambique, Angola, República Democrática do Congo (RDC), Malawi, Portugal e também no Reino Unido.
Telco Holdings International
Telco Holdings International
Established in 1991, Telecontract (Pvt)Ltd, more commonly known as Telco has been known for a number of "firsts" during its more than 30 year existence in the industry. First to be awarded contracts by the Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (PTC) projects for the design, installation and commissioning of aerial and burial telephone cable lines in the early 1990s. Telco again became the first indigenous company to be awarded the franchise license to supply internet services in 1997 by the PTC. First of the original three Internet Access Providers to be awarded the draft Internet Access Provider license in 2002 by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (POTRAZ). First to employ and train local indigenous technicians and indigenous engineers for the internet access industry. First to offer commercial Voice over Internet services. First to offer internet and data services over optical fibre cable in the early 2000s to the banking industry.