Datacentrix has bought 100% of the issued share capital of Nokusa Engineering Informatics for R45.7m.
Nokusa Engineering Informatics is a well-established consulting company‚ specialising in enterprise content management (ECM) strategies‚ solutions and implementations.
The company is a South African based‚ privately owned black-empowered company that operates throughout SA and has done work globally. Nokusa is part of an extensive ECM partner network including SAP‚ OpenText‚ AIIM‚ Cideon Software‚ Collaborit and Pitney Bowes.
Nokusa consults to a number of blue-chip clients and provides strategies that are product-independent for their document and record management and life-cycle‚ focusing exclusively on ECM.
Datacentrix saidlast week that it regarded the company as a leader in the information technology sector and will use Nokusa to consolidate its position in the sector by using the knowledge and expertise that it brings to the Datacentrix portfolio.
The effective date of the purchase was 3 December.
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