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New South African technology firm opens up office in Kenya

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Technology firm MACmobile, a provider of purpose-built and adaptable end-to-end cloud-based Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) value chain solutions and platforms, has opened an office in Kenya to support its existing customers and to grow its base in East Africa.

“MACmobile has experienced massive growth within the East African countries. A further expansion into this region makes sense to ensure adequate and consistent support and presence for further growth,” Andrew Dawson, Group Commercial Director, MACmobile said in a statement issued in Nairobi on Wednesday, 6 March 2019.

The firm enables manufacturers and distributors within the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) segments to manage and maintain sales and stock within their supply chains.


The South Africa-headquartered firm that has been expanding its operations in Kenya over the last 15 years, currently operating in a total of seven countries.

Dawson added that investments have already been made, in terms of infrastructure and setting up offices in Nairobi.

The firm has also initiated engagement with local telcos, in an effort to partner with them.

Staff recruitment is also ongoing for the firm that has local shareholders and directors.

MACmobile caters for all businesses (from micro to enterprise) offering modules that serve companies, allowing business to run more quickly and smoothly.

Some of its existing clients include Coca-Cola, Unilever and Schweppes, amongst others.


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