Local specialist systems integrator and service management provider for Middle East and Africa, Quintica, has recently received its level two B-BBEE accreditation.
The company has over the last year invested significantly in gearing itself towards attaining an improved Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) rating, efforts that have included both internal and external measures inclusive of shareholding, training and employment.
“At Quintica we are consciously aware of what B-BBEE means to the broader South Africa and have made every effort over the last year to ensure we can improve our rating, and therefore position ourselves as a company that is not only attractive to do business with, but that also conducts itself as a responsible corporate citizen,” says Kerry Evans, managing director at Quintica.
As per the B-BBEE ratings a company needs to meet criteria ownership, management control, employment equity, skills development, preferential procurement, enterprise development as well as socio-economic development.
Based on Quintica’s rating agency the company has, in all material aspects and in accordance with the Codes of Good Practice on Black Economic Empowerment, met all the requirements for a level two B-BBEE contributor.
“Quintica is a company that is serious about combining the elements of people, process and technology through the provision of consulting, training and technology solutions that will have an impact on your business. Our customers can now tap into these services with the peace of mind that we are a company striving to give back to South Africa as a whole and that we are serious about our role in its business landscape,” ends Evans.