It has hosted its partners at a two-day Future Proof conference, which took place at Emperors Palace east of Johannesburg.
Future Proof is one of the concepts adapted by Vodacom Business as part of its strategy to digitise its organisation by streamlining its internal and external systems, investing in technology and empowering its partners and customers through collaborative methods.
“We maintain our stance on the view that network leadership and organisational transformation are critical components of our Vision 2020 strategy, with its clearly defined technology and people strategy at the forefront of a digitally connected future,” said Mickey Mashale, Chief Officer: Enterprise Sales for Vodacom Group.
She said Vodacom intended to transforming into a leading digital solutions provider, achieving this through “aggressive growth strategies that will allow the business, its partners, stakeholders, customers and the communities we operate in to focus on growing digital and ICT products and services in both the enterprise and consumer segments.”
“We need to be relevant if we ever intend on establishing ourselves as a leader in the digital space. We intend on driving investment in intelligent networks and systems. The transformation starts with us,” Mashale said.
Voadacom invested R11,3 billion in infrastructure across the Group in 2017 to improve its overall network performance and customer performance.