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Tarsus on Demand expands its connectivity portfolio by partnering with BitCo
5/25/2017
Tarsus on Demand, one of South Africa’s leading cloud vendors and hybrid cloud enablement partners, is partnering with tier 1 Internet and telephony provider, BitCo, to offer its resellers the ability to resell affordable voice and data services to their clients.
The channel must retool its salesforce to sell to the cloud customer
5/25/2017
The idea of selling an outcome – a solution to a customer’s need or a problem - rather than selling a tool or product isn’t new. Harvard University marketing professor Theodore Levitt is said to have told his students several decades back that people don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill—they want to buy a quarter-inch hole.
Future-focused backup solutions protect today's investment
2/27/2017
With the explosion in consumer cloud storage solutions and mobile computing, more and more sensitive computing data resides in siloes outside the data centre. This loss of visibility and control introduces new threats to data, forcing organisations to rethink how they manage business continuity and information governance.
BEE Certificate

Tarsus Technologies is part of this group and is recognised as a Level 4 contributor with a BBBEE procurement recognition level of 100%.


Our 2016 Rating PDFTarsus Distribution - B-BBEE Certificate 2016

Our 2014 Rating PDFDownload Tarsus' BEE Certificate 2014

Our 2013 Rating 
PDFDownload Tarsus' BEE Certificate 2013

Our 2012 Rating PDFDownload Tarsus' BEE Certificate 2012

Our 2011 Rating PDFDownload Tarsus' BEE Certificate 2011

Our 2010 Rating PDFDownload Tarsus' BEE Certificate 2010



Why B-BEE?

The legacy of apartheid has excluded the majority of South Africans from ownership and/or control of productive assets and resources as well as severely restricting the acquisition of advanced skills and generally the effective participation in the economy.


Since the new democracy, Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) has been adopted as an initiative of the South African Government aimed at promoting economic transformation in order to enable meaningful participation of black people in the economy.

The BEE Act of 2003 outlines the required targeted areas of development within the South African economy. These key development areas have measurable outcomes in ensuring a path to greater broad-based and effective economic participation, the right to equality, increased employment, more equitable income distribution, economic unity of the nation, equal opportunity and access to services and protection of the common market place.


In February 2007 the Codes of Good Practice on B-BBEE were gazetted and released in providing a clear and comprehensive framework for the measurement of broad-based BEE across all sectors of the economy. The Codes specifically set about defining the seven measurable scorecard elements of Ownership , Management, Employment Equity, Skills Development, Preferential Procurement, Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development.


Source: The South African Department of Trade and Industry http://bee.thedti.gov.za/01.htm