Estelle Erasmus, HR Manager at Aptronics South Africa, delves into the world of unemployment and uncovers ways in which businesses can uplift and upskill young minds.
Aptronics is proud to announce that it is now a Level 1 Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) contributor, an achievement that marks a significant milestone in its transformation journey.
The Aptronics team is proud to have been honoured at the recent Lenovo Channel Awards gala, an annual event during which Lenovo formally recognises the business partners who have helped it achieve its most remarkable growth rates in the vendor’s EMEA region.
Aptronics, an enterprise IT services provider, has been reappointed to the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) Server and Storage RFB 2003/2014 Transversal Contract. This will allow it to participate in tenders for IT contracts from SITA, all government departments and other state entities at a regional and national level.
Leading enterprise IT services provider Aptronics recently attended the 2016 Veeam Partner Summit, held at The Marion on Nicol in Johannesburg. At the event, Aptronics walked away with the prestigious Most Significant Enterprise Project award.
Aptronics, an enterprise IT services provider in South Africa, was recognised at the HP Partner Awards gala evening held in Montecasino on 12 November 2015. The company was a prominent recipient of multiple awards, entrenching its position as one of South Africa’s leading black empowered IT solutions and services organisation.
Aptronics has retained its HP Platinum Converged Infrastructure Partner status for the fiscal year of 2015. According to Aptronics CEO, Anil ‘Appie’ Pema, the award represents the company’s strong partnership with HP. “This is a magnificent reflection of the team at Aptronics. It underscores our commitment to HP and our belief in HP’s product sets and solutions. We have a policy of investing in excellence both with our people and our partners.”
Aptronics shone bright at the HP Channel Awards 2014, held at HP Rivonia on 20 November 2014. The company walked away with three awards.
The Top Women in Business and Government publication named Aptronics as a leader in gender empowerment among South African business in 2014. The publication surveyed 6 400 companies to compile an accurate ranking and benchmarking report – with just over a quarter of respondents being able to qualify against stringent criteria.
Aptronics committed to transforming the information communication technology (ICT) sectors through skills development. Aptronics has seen real value and results come out of its skills development and training partnership with HP Business Institute (HPBI). The company currently employs seven bright postgraduates from the HPBI Techie 201 programme – an initiative borne out of a need to develop and grow the pool of skills in the ICT sector.