Who we are
Established in 1995, Dac Systems is committed to delivering innovative technology solutions that provide companies with the competitive advantage they need for the connected age. As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, we provide a truly specialised approach when it comes to identifying the solutions that best meet the needs of business, irrespective of industry.
With extensive experience in delivering world-class solutions, we understand the importance of ensuring technology systems comply with governance requirements, while still ensuring productivity in the business.
We are more than just a technology solutions provider. The company has passionate and knowledgeable people who take the time to understand the requirements of its clients and align our approach to existing business strategies, or provide guidance for the future. For us, the partnership means that we work together with our clients and technology providers to have a unified approach when it comes to successful projects.
Dac Systems is part of the PlanetDac group of companies.
Empowerment and Responsibility
In association with our partners Bayajula (Pty) Ltd and The Nkomazi Community Trust, we continue to spearhead initiatives that make a lasting difference to people and their communities.
One example is our long and rewarding relationship with the Nkomazi community, located south of the Kruger National Park. Through this initiative management and employees jointly build new houses for those in need. Recipients are selected by the community and this makes a very real and lasting difference to the people of Nkomazi.
The beneficiaries of the Nkomazi Community Trust are the orphans and care workers on the Thembalethu Home Base Care’s database. The Trust supports the educational and basic living needs of as many of these beneficiaries as possible.
THE NKOMAZI TRUST
The Nkomazi Trust is the ideal BEE partner. The beneficiaries are the orphans and disadvantaged children in a very poverty stricken area of South Africa, called Shongwe in the Nkomazi area, just south of the Kruger Park. The trust provides sanitary aid and tertiary education bursaries to our beneficiaries.
The trust receives its funding from the dividends of shares it owns, donations given by companies wanting to help in the enterprise and socio-economic development of our country and businesses owned by the trust in the area. (These businesses not only provide revenue but also employ locals thus helping the local economy).
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