News : Level 1 Six Times for Ocular Technologies
Johannesburg, Oct 27, 2014 -- Ocular Technologies, a South African contact centre solutions provider, is pleased to announce it has retained its level one status in accordance with the Codes of Good Practice, issued in terms of the country's Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act. In addition, the company had maintained a procurement recognition level of 135%.
This is the sixth year that Ocular Technologies has been independently verified as a level-one contributor.
Earlier this year, Ocular Technologies was also awarded the esteemed "Aspect 2014 Partner of the Year for Europe and Africa" award.
"Ocular Technologies realises the enormous benefits a level-one B-BBEE rating provides the company and our clients. Furthermore, we acknowledge the transformation and empowerment contribution we have achieved since our establishment in 2003," says Ebrahim Dinat, COO of Ocular Technologies.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Ocular Technologies:
Established in 2003, Ocular Technologies is a specialist enterprise communications company and turnkey services provider. The company has made its mark at the forefront of the industry as a preferred partner for large-scale corporates, SMMEs and government affiliates alike. With a reputation of in-house excellence and capability, its portfolio has now expanded from the contact centre industry to include emerging technologies that centre on enhancing the customer experience and delivering consistent ROI. The solutions we provide include Contact Centre Interaction Management and Optimisation platforms; Microsoft Lync, SharePoint and Dynamics deployments; social media monitoring and tracking; and cloud-based services and solutions such as LyncOnline, Office365, OcularConnect Hosted Contact Centre and OcularWired Hosted Workforce Optimisation. Ocular Technologies is 100 percent black owned and a South African Level 1 BEE Contributor with a procurement recognition level of 135 percent.
Published: Tuesday, October 28, 2014