Stellenbosch, South Africa Nov 2023
Herotel, a pioneering force in South Africa's Fixed Wireless and Fibre Internet landscape, is poised to redefine industry standards in digital transformation with the launch of its innovative STREAMLINE™ solution. Developed by Nasc Technologies Ltd (Nasctech), a leading provider of cutting-edge technology solutions, STREAMLINE™ promises to revolutionize Asset Management, Network Change Management, Corrective Maintenance, and Workforce Management. This strategic partnership between Herotel and Nasctech marks a pivotal moment in the evolution of their network management.
"During the trials, we were immediately impressed by the capabilities and user-friendliness of STREAMLINE™ software. Additionally, Nasc Technologies' approach and expertise in this field left a strong impression on us. Consequently, we swiftly made the decision to proceed with a full-scale launch. We are now well on our way to digitalizing our operational workflows, a move that will enable us to optimize network utilization and boost our sales endeavors." Eldred Ekermans, Operations Executive.
Peter McEntee, the Chief Operating Officer at Nasctech, stated, "Herotel's adoption of the STREAMLINE™ solution, powered by Nasctech, represents a groundbreaking strategy for network management. This integration of asset management, network change management, corrective maintenance, and workforce management into one user-friendly platform is set to revolutionize Herotel's operations. It will not only enhance customer satisfaction but also propel Herotel into a new era of operational efficiency."
Herotel stands as the foremost fixed wireless internet service provider in and holds a substantial presence in the local fiber industry. The dedication of Herotel remains resolute: to tirelessly expand access to swift, cost-effective internet for the maximum number of South Africans.
Nasc Technologies Ltd holds a prominent position as a provider of telecommunication network automation and AI software. Our solutions are actively used across more than 15 countries globally, spanning from the Americas, including the United States and the Caribbean, to regions in Asia and Africa like Malaysia, Philippines, Kenya and South Africa.