Information technology consultancy firm, Incentro, has announced partnership with Israel’s monday.com to provide services branded as Work Operating System (OS) to the African market.
The agreement was signed in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on Monday. The Israeli based monday.com has a wide global network of organisations that take advantage of its collaborative tools.
In conjunction with Incentro’s expertise in Google Cloud, Google Workspace and Chrome Enterprise, there’s a vast combined knowledge and experience to further drive digital transformation in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region, Incentro said in a press statement.
According to the press release, monday.com Work OS promises to boost an organisation’s productivity and to work without limits.
“Maximising team efficiency, saving time by automating workflows, optimising projects from start to finish, making data driven decisions, staying organised by integrating multiple well-known tools and so much more,” the statement says.
Incentro sales director Dennis de Weerd said during the signing of the agreement, “At Incentro, we aim to be the leader in digital transformation through the use of cloud solutions and services. In the pursuit to be the number one cloud solutions provider in the EMEA region – we are confident that the monday.com partnership catapults our quest to be number one.”
In reply Iberia & META, Monday.com partnerships director Roey Halbfinger observed, “We have seen great potential and opportunity in the African market. By partnering with an already strong cloud solutions partner like Incentro that already has a proven track record in offering Google Workspace, the partnership was a no-brainer. Their expertise, commitment and professionalism are precisely what we at monday.com strive for and it’s great to work with an organization that embodies the same ethos.”
Over five-year history, Incentro has served the continent in providing cutting-edge productivity solutions and recently awarded the Google Workspace partner of the year – 2021 in Africa from DIgiCloud.
The statement explained that the latest partnership with monday.com expands Incentro’s solutions portfolio with one of the leading SAAS productivity solutions to the African market. Further serving the clear need for productivity solutions supported by the knowledge and expertise of a specialized partner.
“Incentro prides itself in investing in knowledge and expertise to support its customers in boosting their productivity with cloud solutions. This is evident in the company’s range of Google certified cloud architects, Workspace practitioners, security engineers and cloud digital leaders,” it says.
Following monday.com’s unique accreditation process, Incentro has further enhanced its expertise with a team of certified monday.com practitioners and consultants.
According to the press release,” This translates to an extensive combined knowledge base of Incentro professional personnel with the knowhow to support customers using monday.com across the continent in both English and French.”
- A Tell report