UNVEILED: Ramsden and Chedumbrum at the official opening

State Informatics Limited (SIL), a state owned Information and Communication Technology company from Mauritius recently launched in Botswana under their local trading name SILBOTS.
SILBOTS provides a large array of ICT services and solutions according to the needs of public sector and private organisations. Some of the services provided by the company include, design, development and implementation of software applications, enterprise computing and networking infrastructure, project management, consultancy and training.

According to the Minister of Transport and Communications, Frank Ramsden, the ICT company from the Republic of Mauritius has a proven track record in developing and implementing highly efficient IT Systems to the benefit of demanding government services and corporations alike. “SILBOTS builds on the proven experience of its stakeholders to deliver efficient, productive and competitive solutions using state of the art technology. SILBOTS core team comprises of highly skilled consultants and engineers who deliver tailor made solutions and services to the Botswana Market to start with,” Ramsden said.
He went on to say this would woe foreign investors to do business in Botswana and will contribute to the Botswana economic sector especially in the ICT sector.

According to the Minister of Information and Communication Technology of the Republic of Mauritius, Tassarajen Pillay Chedumbrum, SIL MAURITIUS, was created more than twenty years ago and has been actively involved in a number of major ICT projects in Botswana over the past ten years. Chedumbrum went on to say ICT is presently the fastest growing sector of the Mauritian economy thus contributing significantly towards the realisation of his country’s vision of ‘i-Mauritius’. “I must say that this is perfectly in line with one of the strategic objectives of the African Union for promoting south-south cooperation and regional integration. I must also highlight the fact that one of the ingredients for the successful development of the ICT industry in Mauritius is the close collaboration between the public and private sector and the civil society,” Chedumbrum added.