Mogale City, South Africa (PressExposure) January 31, 2012 -- A wholly owned South African group of empowerment organizations; the BOSASA Group provides integrated full facilities and risk management services. These services are based on innovative technology and systems, which is why the company has secured a place among the top 300 National Companies for Black Economic Empowerment. It is also one of the top 33 high growth companies.
The founder and the CEO of the BOSASA Group of Companies, Gavin Watson; has been highly successful in leading with a multiple disciplinary approach where there is an integration of people, processes and technology as per the needs of the customers. At BOSASA; effective and meaningful communication takes place between integrated technology and business services which save overhead costs of the company's clients, enhance their productivity, decision making through business intelligence elements and ultimately provide competitive advantages.
Apart from serving clients with these innovative systems and technology, BOSASA also contributes to society by taking part in various Corporate Social Investment (CSI) initiatives. These initiatives comprise of the Job Center Trust, Community Computer Centers and many other initiatives such as Khayalethu Center, the early learning center situated on the hilltop township of Khayamnandi to name a few.
The Job Center Trust targets to rehabilitate able and willing offenders in the mainstream social and economic life by giving them a chance in the form of education and character building exercises through various means. This center thus provides an opportunity to those who are qualified to be constructive members of the society.
Bosasa, which literally means "future", strives to prove its meaning as well as purpose by taking many social responsibilities such as establishing community computer centers to empower South Africa to compete with the rest of the world. Each community computer centre has 15 to 50 computers and over 1,200 students who have successfully completed recognized computer-training courses. The students range from members of community, clients, school children, to mine workers and local ward councilors.