DURBAN – Africa’s largest technology service provider, EOH Holdings, is confident that it has overcome the problems of the past year and is setting its sights on growth plans after it delivered a refined strategy that will take the group into the next financial year.
The group said the new structure also presented opportunities for better cross-silo-selling as well as significantly enhanced and improved collaboration, business unit empowerment and accountability to enable a fully customer-centric approach that focuses on holistic solutions over products.
Chief executive Stephen van Coller said yesterday that the key objectives in the next year would be restoring value through enhanced internal processes and policies while ensuring adequate funding to deliver the growth plan.
“Following a strategic review during my first 100 days in office and assessment of our business, we have refined and expanded the reporting and management of business into four distinct operating units. This will allow us to better support these businesses as they need a different focus, capital structure and management,” Van Coller said. The four businesses are EOH ICT, Nextec, Software and international business.
Van Coller said the software had uncovered many significant opportunities to unlock value, while the international business still required focused attention and was at an early stage of being implemented with an enhanced ability to ensure a better global delivery model.