The current thought leadership and co-founding directors of OmniMo Media Technology leads a team with academic and professional qualifications in an array of disciplines, and amongst others in commerce, law, management accounting, information security and risk management, social networks, data management, privacy law, human rights and cybersecurity.
Cobus Potgieter (See www.cobuspotgieter.co.za) uses his ongoing academic activities to build on his basic training and practice as advocate to proceed to build technology companies in pace with our madly exciting technology era, more specifically for the enabling ecosystems that the Internet of Things is starting to afford us.
André Slabbert uses his post graduate degree in Management Accounting and prior coal-face exposure to the market-leading direct marketing corporates for major retailers to research, guide design and strategy of technology products and -stacks for retailers and their smart media enabling environments.
“A team of industry-leading experts in a multitude of disciplines forms part of OmniMo Media Technology’s capacities and these experts are called on as capacities when projects and involvements demand it.”
The ICT portfolio of prior projects of OmniMo Media Technology spans the fields of a multitude of software developments, digital publishing and broadcasting, e-commerce, mobile banking and message aggregation, carrier-grade wireless networks and data centres. The combined project portfolio footprint spans 60-odd countries over the last two decades. Different brands and corporate structures were involved at certain times, and our business network is one of OmniMo Media Technology's most prized and valued assets.
A team of industry-leading experts in a multitude of disciplines forms part of OmniMo Media Technology’s capacities and these experts are called on as capacities when projects and involvements demand it. This not only spans the professions, but also academia and research communities in the Americas, Africa, Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East and Asia.
The OmniMo Media Technology basket of preferred or focus technologies in this space is also informed by the need of breaking down barriers to entry or access to the benefits technology are meant to deliver. Language barriers, illiteracy, authentication and authorization difficulties, cross-border transacting and trust issues function as obstacles and exclude sectors of communities from the benefits deliverable in respect of m-health and e-learning, as but two examples. An OmniMo Media Technology Smart Media project accordingly makes provision in its design and ecosystem composition for translation engines, voice recognition, biometrics, mobile and cross-border remittances as a minimum basket of options available.
The full spectrum of mobile technologies, traditional digital and web publishing, software and application development and the establishing of the ecosystems required to take an offering to international markets, form one of the core competency hubs on offer from OmniMo Media Technology and we have covered the globe with project involvements in this space over the last two decades.