Established in 2010, AppCentrix has offices in Pretoria and Cape Town in South Africa, and in Windsor in the United Kingdom. AppCentrix is a managed services company providing business value to customers at a fixed monthly rate. Our true value proposition to our clients is that we work with our clients to demonstrate value for money, avoid additional capital expense, whilst ensuring that our clients do not incur unnecessary recurring software license costs for embracing Monitoring as a Discipline.
We focus on providing the organization with information on how their Networks, Applications, Video and Voice systems are performing as well as the ability to measure each component’s SLA. This allows organizations to reduce ICT spend and make informed decisions based on fact. Our approach provides the ability to measure the business benefit once any proposed new technology program is introduced or a change is made.
AppCentrix is a South African-based ICT services company offering locally developed solutions. We recently announced that Lasetu Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd will procure a 51% shareholding in our business. The deal is in line with the revised ICT sector B-BBEE codes gazette in November 2016, calling for BEE ownership of 30%, with at least 10% to be held by black women. The AppCentrix deal elevates the company’s ability to improve its present Level 6 contribution.
We are locally owned
Our services require no capital investment, no maintenance and no hidden licensing costs
We provide dedicated, highly skilled local resources and onsite support
We have built our platform over the past seven years, relying on identifying, trialling and adapting best of
breed technologies into fully managed services.
AppCentrix appeals to CIOs who wish to ensure alignment between business and IT strategy, realise innovation and improvements and gain competitive advantage through data analytics and intelligent monitoring, whilst continuing to reduce costs and realise efficiencies. The company has installed its services on more than 6,000 sites across 45 datacentres and gathers more than half a billion metrics a day for analysis and management insight.