Cameras and IoT sensors are connecting our world, combining recorded visuals with real-time data.
Whether the requirement is to track a person, fixed or movable asset, or to manage energy usage; to safeguard or save money, we have you covered from all angles, all the time, wherever you are. Established over 12 years ago, Guardian Eye has the track record to be your partner of choice through this journey of digitalisation.
IoT Management via the GE Nerve Centre:
Our Nerve Centre is operated 24/7/365 by professional, industry-accredited personnel.These experts will monitor key IoT Sensors, including Cameras and control your business premises via a remote-control room environment – allowing Armed Response teams or Law Enforcement to respond to a crisis in real time.
With over a decade of industry-leading innovation, our 24/7 Nerve Centre stands as an unwavering beacon of safety.
Established in 1996 as an ISP (Data Pro)
Turnover – Aug 2022, R3.9Bn
Staff Compliment 2500
Sales = 912
BEE Rating Level 3
16 Regional Offices
Vivica Holdings offers the opportunity for growth, as proven by our success, and our cross-pollination of best practices combined with our A-team entrepreneurial mindset lays the foundation for limitless growth.
Vivica will continue to bring unparalleled value to the customers it serves, providing enviable opportunities to potential investors both locally and internationaly
Vivica’s journey first began in 1998, starting as a national Internet and voice services provider known as the DataPro Group with a little over 20 employees. In 2007, with just over 500 employees, the DataPro Group added telecommunications into the mix and rebranded as Vox Telecom, literally scaling new heights – first, up Kilimanjaro with the Exco team for the brand launch – before becoming South Africa’s leading independent telecoms operator.
By 2020, with almost 2000 employees and several business partners, Vox moved beyond telecommunications to become a market-leading integrated ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and infrastructure provider, achieving a R2.9-billion turnover that year.
Today, Vox forms an integral part of The Vivica Group. Vivica has seen its mature companies, including Frogfoot, Everlytic and Braintree, grow rapidly into established and trusted brands and its structure will continue to enable its disruptor brands, such as Guardian Eye, Stage Zero, HYPA, Qwerti and Armata do the same.
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