ICT specialist company Quintica has officially opened its doors to the Cape Town market in a bid to bring leading ICT based training and technology support services to the region.
The launch of the new offices coincides with growing demand from companies within the Cape region for internationally recognised ITIL, ISO, COBIT, Risk and Governance training as well as service management for their ICT projects.
“We are experiencing exponential growth in the Cape and our customers are no longer content to send their staff to Gauteng for training, it is with this that we have launched the Cape Town Offices,” states Kerry Evans, managing director of Quintica.
“Outside of the delivery of training from our Q-Campus arm we will also be providing customers the ability to access the full length and breadth of Quintica services that include consulting products, integrated BSM solutions, technology and outsourced managed services into the Telecommunications, Financial Services, Insurance and Resources industries, to mention a few.”
Quintica is also officially recognised by APMG-International as an Accredited Training Organisation. APMG-International accredits training and consulting organisations to deliver courses, exams and consulting activities as well as managing certification schemes for professionals. Only accredited training organisations and their affiliates can provide accredited courses and exams in APMG-International’s qualification schemes.
Speaking at the Quintica Cape Town launch event, Nigel Mercer from APMG-International also announced their intention to open their own offices in South Africa, spoke of the importance of internationally accredited training and commended Quintica in the work they have been doing as a leading member of the APMG-International Accredited Training community, championing raising standards across Southern Africa with globally recognised qualifications in ITIL.
“At Quintica we approach your business through understanding your people, the technology and the processes you require. Our view is to take a holistic approach to organisational needs before merely implementing technologies. It is the success of this approach that has driven the demand for the opening of our Cape Town offices and we are delighted to now be providing a direct conduit to these services to our customers in this region,” ends Evans.