With modern day technology available to everyone, users are constantly demanding an increase in their ability to work from any location using any device. Easydot was honoured to present a solution that enable MIRCO to extended their network boundary and in turn, promote digital diplomacy and better service delivery that the public demands.
Easydot is a technology company with interest in optical connectivity, digital transformation and smart automation.
We are small but, It’s the bolts and nuts that keep mega structures together.
We have the knowledge, understanding and skills to create contemporary solutions to address contemporary problems and challenges ... and those that use them.
What we believe inInnovation - "technological innovations designed to support companies to be effective users of technology."
Creativity - " create the technological imagination to companies from technology consumers to creators."
Simplicity - "simplify your space and the technology around you."
We know companies seek solutions that are customized to their needs, and available on demand to support the way they do business.
and we also know that customers value services that fit into their life style.
Open Namibia initiative is a truly Namibian solution aimed at promoting and compliment the already made progress in broadening the Namibian brand, tourism, trade and investment awareness. Under the Open Namibia initiative, Easydot have to installed digital signage in the lobbies of selected Embassies to display Namibian contents to the guests and visiting dignitaries.
With our help, Standard Bank Namibia home loans division was able to eliminates irregular and haphazard queuing with a queue management system that allows customers and visitors to enter a queue by taking a ticket via different channels such as Self Service Ticketing Kiosk, Web Ticketing, Mobile App and Online Appointment.
Easydot was afforded the opportunity to present a case study of how it can integrates technology and diplomacy to Connects Agendas, People And Conversations that enabled Foreign Affairs member of staff to walk in any of the 35 diplomatic missions worldwide and communicate as if they were sitting at their own desk.