Communicating in the 21st century…efficiently


An interview with Giacomo Avondo, South Africa country manager

We have a very special guest on our interview  at our office in Lleida (Spain). He had a lot of very unique things to say. He has a tremendous amount of experience.

Giacomo Carlo Avondo, CEO from Sirex Consortium and a telecommunications business development professional with more than 20 years international experience, knows the market and the needs and applicability of our services. Sirex Consortium is a Group of companies offering specialised telecommunication services to business and organizations in Southern Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Mr Avondo thanks for being with us on interview.

Mr Avondo: Thank you. Happy to be with you.  Let me just jump right in to some of the questions I have for you . Could you comment on South Africa achievements highlights over the past 8 months?

Mr Avondo: There has been a phenomenal interest not only in South Africa but also in Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho… regarding the implementation of electronic communication solutions. We need an effective method of communicating in the 21st century, which is the electronics. The problem comes when we are not sure if the other party has received the communication. Therefore using a certificate I can prove not only I have sent it to you but at the same time I can prove that you have received it

They have all displayed their interest to use services for all of the facets within the green movement to save paper, its speed, efficiency, not to forget the legality using the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 2002   and all the parameters of the electronic signature.


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