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Incentro expands African footprint with new office in South Africa


IT service provider Incentro has opened a new office in Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Incentro delivers custom-built cloud-based software solutions for the European and African markets. With a legacy of driving work productivity through innovative solutions like WorkOS monday.com, Google Cloud, Google Workspace and ChromeOS devices, Incentro is poised to redefine the work landscape in South Africa.

“Our new Incentro office in Johannesburg signifies more than just a location – it’s a gateway to realizing transformative work environments. ‘’ Dennis de Weerd, Sales Director, Incentro said.

‘’With this expansion, we’re not just opening doors, we’re unlocking opportunities, fostering innovation, and forging partnerships that will redefine work in South Africa. What makes this news worth communicating about? It’s our commitment to empowering businesses, embracing local excellence, and co-creating a future where work knows no bounds.” he added. 

With accolades from over 30 countries and a deep understanding that technology is just a part of the solution, Incentro’s local presence aims to bridge the gap between technology and the unique organizational contexts in South Africa. 

Incentro’s global expertise in Work Transformation, combined with its deep understanding of South Africa’s unique organizational contexts, results in tailored solutions that resonate with local businesses. The company’s track record of success in over 30 countries demonstrates is ability to deliver results. It brings a wealth of experience in optimizing work processes and technology integration, which South African businesses can now tap into to enhance their productivity.

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