DFA appoints APPSolve for Oracle Fusion implementation Submission Details
DFA is the premier open-access fibre infrastructure and connectivity provider in South Africa. We finance, build, install, manage, and maintain a world-class fibre network to transmit metro and long-haul telecommunications traffic. We started rolling out our fibre network in 2007, and to date, we have deployed over 10,000 km of ducting infrastructure in major metros, secondary cities, and smaller towns. Our network runs with an industry-leading uptime of 99.98%. We lease our secure transmission and backbone fibre infrastructure and provide associated connectivity services to telecommunications operators, Internet service providers, media conglomerates, tertiary education institutions, municipalities, government organizations, and other businesses, large and small, on equal terms.
APPSolve was established in 2002. We specialise in consulting services across Oracle E-Business Suite, Fusion Cloud, Custom Software Development, integration and agnostic IT Solutions. We also offer a range of integrated solutions to perform specialised processes. Our product range includes BeBanking, an end-to-end secure host-to-host banking solution, and AfricaTradeApp, a cloud-based supply chain management system. Our services include Solution Scoping and Design, Software Implementations, Software Support, Training, Help Desk Administration, Technical Development, Database Administration, System Administration, Virtualisation and Engineered Systems. We also offer Project Management, System Health Checks, Value Added Reseller / License Management, Cloud services (Readiness and Implementation) and Business Process Engineering.
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