Blick South Africa invests in R&D for global markets

October 2002 News

To meet the demands of generic growth the local subsidiary of global security, communication and time management solutions provider, Blick South Africa, has relocated its head office to the upmarket Sandton area.

The move is seen as part of a nationwide revitalisation. The new premises will enable Blick South Africa to fulfil its vision to become the first-choice partner to our customers for integrated business solutions throughout southern Africa.

Mike Lotter, sales and marketing manager at Blick South Africa, says that the consolidation will result in a more cost-effective operation for the company, by centralising the national call desk.

Blick South Africa has also expanded its R&D programme to develop new products that will be distributed to both the local and international markets.

With over 16 000 sites around the country, the company has been operative in the local time management market for over 50 years and offers a complete range of time management systems, from standalone to multisite networked solutions integrated into ERP solutions such as SAP.

The company's flagship product range, BlueLine has full SAP certification and its products are integrated into the SAP HR module using HR-COM. Blick South Africa has installed and maintains, advanced SAP HR integrated data systems in the country and the world's largest realtime, multisite installation integrated with SAP.

For more information contact Mike Lotter, Blick South Africa, 011 844 3200, mikel@blick.co.za





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