Foreign technology companies are increasingly setting up camp in Kenya, investing billions of shillings in partnerships with local firms that fall within the vibrant small and medium enterprise segment.
Mauritius-headquartered Pan African telecoms operator Gondwana International Networks (GIN) through iWayAfrica, is the latest entrant last week.
The company teamed up with local SevenC computing to offer online office management services through iManage to SMEs in East Africa.
“The SME sector in Kenya is growing; there is need to offer development information storage and backup mechanisms that impact on net performance and overall output. We are in this space to ensure that our SMEs as well as big corporates have the capacity to work,” said iWay Africa Director Kenneth Munyi. Read more. Source | Daily Nation