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Student Brands and Kusasa IS lead the way in management technology

Issued by: Student Brands | 4 Sep 2014 11:18
Student Brands (SB) is the youth marketing company with a focus on student buying behaviour through diverse and often innovative platforms and services. Kusasa Information Systems is a technology company with a passion for productivity. The combination of SB's well established understanding of people and Kusasa's passion for productivity has revealed a potential solution to multifaceted management challenges found in many industries across the country. "Kusasa is proud to introduce our new management platform, PICS."
So what is PICS? In essence, PICS is a web-based application designed to capture, manage, process and report on all kinds of data from the real world.

PICS, has been described as many things, depending on each manager's personal experience. An information capture system, a channel management system, a data management system and even a customer relationship management system. What it really is, is what you make of it.

PICS is designed to be flexible yet easy to use as well as infinitely scalable, just as effective with one user as it is with thousands. It evolves with your business as you grow and increase in complexity. It's the tool every manager needs in their information toolbox.

Student Brands and Kusasa are very excited to introduce PICS to the South African market and as with all good things, PICS is best experienced first-hand. The first release is available right NOW. All business owners are welcome to register an account or contact Kusasa for a personalised experience.

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Student Brands
The largest youth portal in South Africa. We deliver brand building and motivate student buying behaviour through unique and unrivalled interactive marketing and communicating platforms. Making us the best youth marketing specialists in South Africa