e-Logics aids critical HIV/Aids
medication supply in Rwanda
18 July 2012
One Network's Real Time Value Network to improve patient service
levels via supply chain and logistics management of HIV/AIDS
The Rwanda Ministry of Health has partnered with One Network,
for which e-Logics is the official hosting and solutions provider
in Africa. Its Real Time Value Network (RTVN™) solution will
improve the provisioning, inventory control and distribution of
critical HIV/AIDS medicines and other pharmaceutical products.
Significance of Cloud Computing for
Cloud was invented for supply chain collaboration, said e-Logics
Managing Director Johann van der Westhuizen speaking at Cloud
Africa, an event focused on how to harness the potential of Cloud
to further telecommunications and ICT development on the
Supply Chain Transformation - Enabling
a Real Time Value Network (RTVN) to achieve best in class service
and cost reductions
At the 34th annual SAPICS conference recently held, keynote
speaker David Allen addressed supply chain professionals on key
trends influencing the supply chain of the future.
Sustainable asset performance in
Physical asset management is critical for South African
government to effectively manage the country's intensive
infrastructure development pipeline.
Collectively, this development will receive R3.2-trillion in
infrastructural investment, including the R845-billion allocated to
State-owned Companies for projects needing to be completed over the
next three years.
TIDASA boosts South Africans' chances
for international post graduate admission
9 May 2012
Globally accredited English language test (TOEFL®), needed for
application to business schools and universities worldwide can now
be completed locally and online through FET College TIDASA. This
boosts South Africans' odds of gaining admission to international
MBA, PhD, MSc, MA, BSc and BA programmes.
Leading American collaboration
technology provider expands into Africa
One Network Enterprises, a leading, United States-based value
chain collaboration technology provider, has expanded into Africa.
The company, which currently services some 10 000 organisations
worldwide and facilitates more than 680 million business
transactions a year, from headquarters in Dallas, Texas, has
entered into a strategic partnership with local applications
solutions specialist e-Logics.
e-Logics acquires TIDASA, extending
value add from system solutions
15 February 2012
Application solution and service provider, e-Logics has acquired
a majority stake in The Training and Instructional Design Academy
of South Africa (TIDASA), a private Further Education and Training
IMPERIAL Logistics’ Resolves To Expand Business Process And Technology Outsource Service
24 July 2013
Supply chain and logistics group IMPERIAL Logistics is aiming to take a bigger chunk of the business process and technology outsourcing market, with the launch of a new business that amalgamates its experience and expertise in this arena.