About

QuantaByte (PTY) Ltd is an ambitious, exciting and ‘out the box’ thinking Level 2 B-BBEE tech company. With a majority black South African female ownership and black top level management, we are at the forefront of South Africa’s tech innovation wave, participating in the push for a long term fundamental and positive shift in the regional entrepreneurial psyche to engender a ‘can do’ attitude.

We lean heavily towards female tech employment and their progressive tech skills development is mandatory. In so doing, QuantaByte joins the national process and agenda of ensuring that both male and female South Africans become synonymous with tech innovation, early adoption and thought leadership.

B-BBEE Certificate

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QuantaByte (PTY) Ltd is an Exempted Micro Enterprise in accordance with the South African Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003.

Themba

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Themba is the resident tech guru… the tech trend spotter. He comes with 13 years worth of tech experience and half a decade worth of mobile tech development behind him.

Some of his key skills are web development, mobile app development, database management, active directory and he’s probably the most legit carrot cake connoisseur in Gauteng. When he talks, just nod like you understand – it’s actually less stressful!

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the Victoria University of Melbourne in Business Management and comes with over half a decade of essential financial and project management skills.

She is the cruncher of numbers, the stopper of nonsense, the ‘starer down’ of problems… the proverbial office ‘chief whip’… and her culinary skills remain beyond reproach!

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CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER

Jesse, our resident entrepreneur extraordinaire, comes with over 8 years of risk and operations management as well as service and delivery co-ordination, ensuring clients a standard of 100% quality results, 110% of the time!

He is also the ‘terraformer’ of the Kyalami Golf Club greens – yes, those ‘patches’ you saw weren’t gopher holes!


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