Ctrack shows how it’s done

Left to right: Barry MacColl (General Manager – Research, Testing and Development, Eskom) Honourable Naledi Pandor (Minister of the Department of Science and Technology) Dirk de Beer (Futurist and Strategic Projects Manager at Ctrack / DigiCore) Prof. Roy Marcus (Chairperson of the Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management).

DigiCore, supplier of the Ctrack product range, has won the 2014 Management of Technology award in the Large Enterprise category of the Technology Top 100 Awards.

Endorsed by the Department of Science and Technology, the gala function is seen as one of the foremost programmes recognising technological innovation and excellence.

The Technology Top 100 Awards has become renowned for judging companies on their business prowess in the Management of Technology, Innovation, People and Systems – four critical areas of management for companies to derive sustainability and excellence in innovation advancement.

Ctrack shows how it’s done“The programme is an effective vehicle for achieving growth and innovation advancement in our country. We demonstrated that our ability to keep track of new trends and changes in the vehicle tracking industry has put Ctrack at the forefront of our market,” says Deon du Rand, Ctrack’s chief technology officer.

The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, encouraged the private sector, government and research institutions to collaborate in elevating the recognition of locally produced technology to service the country’s markets and address local needs.

“It is encouraging to see how, year-on-year, many of these organisations have been able to find innovative ways of sustaining their businesses, and, in many cases, have been able to export their products and services into fiercely competitive global markets,” she says.

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