From acronyms to certifications: The ultimate communications terminology guide

Posted by Johnny Kromer on 23 Jan 2019 11:00:00 AM

No matter how ingrained you are in an industry, there are always those acronyms and certifications that pop up in conversation that make you do a double take. So, not sure about all the tech speak? We break it down for you here!

Every company is guilty of it… having a conversation with a client or even a vendor and dropping some mention of a certification or using an acronym that makes it sound like they are speaking a foreign language. The problem is, in the telecommunications space, there are so many of these acronyms and as the industry evolves new ones are always added, so it’s important to make sure you’re giving everyone a breakdown of what you’re talking about.  

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Why B-BBEE and learner advancement are so important to Nashua Communications

Posted by Freddie Potgieter on 21 Nov 2018 11:00:00 AM

Having recently achieved a new B-BBEE rating, we explain what it means to us here at Nashua Communications to empower our employees and the broader community.

We recently received a level two B-BBEE (Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment) certification. This form of economic empowerment was initiated by the South African government in response to criticism that the empowerment instituted during 2003/2004 was too narrow-based. Out of the eight levels, level one is the highest a company can achieve.

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4 reasons you should be working with a certified partner for your communications solutions (and which certifications are key)

Posted by Freddie Potgieter on 14 Nov 2018 11:00:00 AM

Not all communications solutions are created equal and when it comes to your organisation finding a bespoke solution is key. Working with a certified partner ensures that you get highly skilled individuals implementing solutions that are endorsed by world-class service providers.

When it comes to communications solutions there is no one size fits all approach. Each company has its own unique challenges that require specialised solutions. It takes time, money, and expertise to craft solutions that will bring about results.

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