* Cash increased by 86.6% to R1 466 million (2014: R785 million).
TTCS brings to the EOH Group a complement of over 400 diverse, highly skilled IT experts in finance, logistics, human capital management, analytics, mobility, cloud and database technologies and provides solutions across the spectrum.
Its operations are underpinned by timely and effective systems integration, product delivery, maintenance and support.
In EOH’s staff, 54.1% are black, and 67% of EOH’s board members are black.
Since its inception in 2012, the EOH youth job creation initiative, in partnership with sector education and training authorities, has created job opportunities for over 3 500 learners and interns.
“The joining of these two successful businesses is exciting and provides a perfect platform for our African growth strategy that will accelerate in the years ahead,” concludes Bohbot.