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The 4th annual IT Leaders Africa Summit 2013

The Maslow Hotel, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa

14 to 15 March 2013

The must-attend IT industry event of the year for enterprise IT executives

The IT Leaders Africa Summit provides an exclusive business-to-business platform to share, network and engage in a focused interactive environment with IT industry peers, senior executives, government officials, senior decision makers, IT leaders and international guests.

The summit aims to address information technology and communications challenges, operational excellence, and technological advancements impacting the enterprise with strategic guidance and actionable tactics.

Discover, share and engage with International thought leaders and industry experts

The IT Leaders Africa Summit provides an ideal opportunity for discovery through effective enterprise solutions in delivering IT projects while sharing experiences with industry peers. Engage in exclusive networking opportunities to advance enterprise goals of operational excellence while powerfully demonstrating the value of IT organisation to the enterprise.

The summit will help you discover how to link technology to strategic business objectives and the importance of IT spending to successfully grow your business.

The 4th IT Leaders Africa Summit will take place from 14 to 15 March 2013 at the Maslow Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg.


South Africa’s IT industry is characterised by its technology leadership. With several leading international IT enterprises operating subsidiaries from within South Africa, the electronics industry revenues are growing at levels well above the overall GDP growth rate. South Africa’s ICT sector promises to continue showing a strong and steady growth in the future, due to key competitive advantages specific to the country and continent.


South Africa has also successfully established itself as a quality, low-cost call centre destination of choice; hosting call centres for global electronics and ICT service providers and suppliers. South Africa’s ICT industry is penetrating the fast-growing African market as South African companies and locally based subsidiaries of international companies have supplied new fixed and wireless telecoms networks.

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