Cathexis Africa increases local staffing

September 2016 News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

In line with its exceptional growth over the past couple of years, Cathexis Africa is increasing its staff complement to enable it to continue supplying excellent support to its growing market. The following new appointments have recently been made:

Lisa Van Deventer.
Lisa Van Deventer.

• Lisa Van Deventer, has been appointed as a senior field sales consultant in Cape Town to continue the momentum and support in that region.

Dewald van der Merwe.
Dewald van der Merwe.

• Dewald van der Merwe joins the Gauteng team as a field sales consultant.

Heinrich Swanepoel.
Heinrich Swanepoel.

• Heinrich Swanepoel has been appointed to the position of support technician to bolster support to existing and new customers.

“We are pleased to make these staff announcements and trust that the appointments will make a significant impact on customer service,” says Gus Brecher, managing director of Cathexis Africa. The appointment of Lisa Van Deventer in Cape Town now provides us with a permanent presence in the Western Cape, and the new appointments in Gauteng will help to continue the growth curve in that region. The addition to our support department will also have a significantly positive impact on turnaround times and delivery.”

Brecher goes on to say that the continuous expansion of Cathexis Africa is in line with the company strategy to solidify its local presence while slowly growing the company’s presence on a global scale, with specific focus on the Middle East and Europe.

“Internal infrastructure must remain a key focus area at all times, because the success of our product depends solely on the performance of our people,” he concludes.



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