National IT solutions provider Network Platforms has acquired Level 3 Contributor Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBB-EE) status, the company’s management has confirmed.
Established in 2003, Network Platforms has served as the premier service provider to clients for over a decade.
Its value proposition lies in solutions that address requirements related to ADSL connectivity, Diginet; Fibre, Microwave and 3G connectivity, IT management, VPN management, infrastructure monitoring, IP PBX/ VoIP and cloud services.
This BBB-EE status will strengthen the company’s operations going forward and is the most recent in a growing list of developments that have entrenched the business within the ICT service and solution integration space.
These developments include becoming an Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) registrar for the co.za domain name space, affirming its system’s technical capability to run and manage registrations; as well as the completion of a move of its entire datacentre infrastructure from its old environment to a new location in Teraco, Isando.
Bradley Love, MD of Network Platforms, says, “We are very pleased to have secured this level of empowerment status. It adds immediate value, particularly in terms of service delivery to enterprise and government.”