Komo Ventures realised that most customers do not demand technology but rather solutions that enable them to do things more effectively, or to do new things. Thus, we implemented significant changes in the supply chain environment to bring about ‘end-to-end’ and ‘one-stop-shop’ user based services and products. Its’ core elements are centred on six key segments:
These functions are becoming increasingly important as networks and content are integrated across multiple platforms. As Komo Ventures’ infrastructure is built-up, by strategic relationship partners, the transport and delivery elements of the supply chain will decline in importance, and content, applications and service will become the central elements around which customer-centric solutions are built.
To unlock new revenue sources, achieve rapid time to market, lower capital expenditure commitment and lower operating costs Komo Ventures identified sources of expertise outside its own environment. This approach has provided a stronger role in the delivery of end-user solutions to a global marketplace. As our technology innovation continues, it is also tightly aligned to underlying end user demand trends.
Komo Ventures provides the following Managed Services:
Secure Remote Access (SRA)
Secure Configuration Management (SCM)
User Activity Manager (UAM)
System Backup and Restore (SBR)
Administration - Monitoring and Reporting (AMR)
Secure Virtual Directory (SVD)
24/7 System Infrastructure Monitoring (SIM)
The benefits derived from these service layers are:
cost effective services
effective resource allocation
help desk interface
front level support
Komo Ventures also forms the basis of knowledge acquisition. As each transaction is processed data is created that forms the essence of our Knowledge Management System (KMS). Knowledge management refers to strategies and structures for maximising the return on intellectual and information resources. Our data is derived from experience, expertise and documents as each user transacts with the our systems and services. The analysis of data from the KMS depends on cultural and technological processes of creation, collection, sharing, recombination and reuse.
In summary the knowledge database is built up from:
patents & trademarks
Our prime objectives are to create new value by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of individual and collaborative knowledge work while increasing innovation and sharpening decision-making. Our experience has centred on:
establishing administration, monitoring and reporting functionality
implementing secure remote access points
data storage and evaluation
Komo Ventures provides professional and unbiased advise together with engineering, design and project supervision for both
Private and Government sectors. Komo Ventures provides information technology management consultancy to leading organisations.