[Webinar] Incentro Presents: The future of work is here with Google Workspace

Incentro Webinar on The future of work is here with Google Workspace.

When: 22 April 2020

From: 12:00 – 13:30 EAT

Where: Online Webinar

For: CIO/CTO/ Senior IT Management of companies in Sub Saharan Africa

Looking back on 2020, it’s clear that the ways we work have rapidly transformed, from the shift to remote work to balancing time across work and personal responsibilities. This shift to remote work has also accelerated the demand for digitized processes since your business is now living in a distributed reality connected by the internet. But one thing hasn’t changed, businesses still rely on a staggering number of applications to get work done. Working from home and the associated pressures on productivity have only emphasized the need for fewer tools that do more, are easy to use from anywhere, and seamlessly integrate with other software

  • 12:00–12:05 Virtual Welcome
  • 12:05–12:30 Connect in one place with Google Workspace
  • 12:30–12:50 Collaborate and share externally with Google Workspace
  • 12:50–13:15 Design your future workflows with AppSheet
  • 13:15–12:25 Digital Transformation Customer Story with Cellulant
  • 13:25–13:30 Virtual Wrap Up


Dennis de Weerd, CEO. Incentro Africa.
Elizabeth Akinyi, Google Cloud Professional Collaboration Engineer and Deployment Specialist. Incentro Africa.
Nick Treurnicht, Google Cloud Professional Collaboration Engineer and Deployment Specialist. DigiCloud.
Simon Mukabana, Google Cloud Professional Collaboration Engineer and Cloud Architect. Incentro Africa.

Join our webinar and learn the ins and outs of the the future of work with Google Workspace.

The webinar will be given in English and is relevant for every organization that wants to learn more about the future of work.

Click here to register

About Incentro

Incentro delivers innovative digital solutions, grounded by passion and happiness of employees, Incentronauts. 340 Incentronauts worldwide (The Netherlands, Spain, Kenya) are helping organizations to reach their digital goals.

Based on the maturity of clients, they setup an e-commerce environment which enables customers to deliver an awesome shopping journey and drive growth. They deliver a full range of services from strategy until conversion optimization for B2C and B2B focussed companies

Incentro Africa opened her door in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2017; The takeout on things was special: the company aimed for the delivery of fairtrade software solutions in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. Our mission? To positively impact the lives of 10.000 Africans before the year 2022.

We continue to achieve this by bringing quality services and digital solutions to the (East) African market, supported by strong partnerships and growing local talent into product experts. We help organizations in developing their Cloud digital strategies in order to increase productivity and collaboration. We achieve this through our value propositions and expertise in enterprise collaboration, cloud migration, and developing smart applications.

Are you bold enough to step into the unknown? We are… and we dare you to do the same. We will be with you every step of the way. Not by making small changes but to truly do things differently – for a change!

With over 10 years of proven expertise in technical consultation and related services, Incentro, the only Google Premier Partner in East, West and Central Africa has become the go-to partner for successful business transformation in the continent.

From Enterprise Collaboration, Cloud Migration and Smart application development, we proudly serve over 26 countries in Africa and are growing. Whatever your ambition is, we’ll aim for maximum impact. We dive deep into your organization, challenge your plans, build solutions swiftly and make sure they work.

Please feel free to visit our website or send an email to Customer Success Manager Elizabeth Akinyi –

Follow us on TelegramTwitterFacebook, or subscribe to our weekly newsletter to ensure you don’t miss out on any future updates. Send tips to

Facebook Comments

[TechTrends Podcast] Connectivity in Africa ft Africa Data Centres MD Dan Kwach

TechTrends Media Editorial

We cover Technology and Business trends in Kenya and across Africa. Send tips to

Have anything to add to this article? Leave us a comment below

Back to top button