MakwaIT scoops Verint EMEA Partner of the Year Award


CIO South Africa’s trusted principal partner, MakwaIT has been named Verint EMEA Partner of the Year.

MakwaIT has been recognised as Partner of the Year (CX) by Verint, a global leader helping the world’s most iconic brands build enduring customer relationships by connecting work, data and experiences across the enterprise.

Makwa IT is a leading South African digital technology company, which is committed to its partners, ensuring seamless management of their technology infrastructure while empowering them to prioritise customer needs.

Recently achieving the status of Cisco Gold partner, Makwa IT stands out as the sole diverse-owned company holding this position on the African continent. Not only does MakwaIT boast the highest OEM accreditations and partner statuses, but it also reinvests a significant portion of its profits into the business

MakwaIT has enjoyed a fulfilling partnership with Verint over the years, and the award, according to Makwa, is just a rubber stamp to the hard work and dedication the IT firm has put into their partnership with Verint.

Douglas McNeilage, Verint’s regional director in South Africa, took to his LinkedIn page to congratulate the MakwaIT team on their amazing achievement. “A huge congratulations to Makwa IT on winning the Verint EMEA Partner of the Year award. This achievement is a testament to your team’s dedication, expertise and commitment to delivering exceptional results. Your hard work and passion have truly paid off. Enjoy this well-deserved recognition and keep shining – cheers to many more successes to come,” he wrote.

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