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WiFi & Robotic Process Automation

Leading edge IT Services & Solutions

Xpertek Contact offers a broad range of IT Services, including Custom Software Development, Robotic Process Automation as a Service, Business Intelligence Solutions and Location Based Marketing Solutions to the South African Market.

Our team of highly skilled IT experts provide our customers with high quality IT solutions from inception through to execution. We offer our services through bespoke development or dedicated resources in order to best meet and exceed our client's requirements.

WIFI

Gain Insight into Customer Behaviour, Grow Customer Databases and Monetise your WiFi Infrastructure, Deliver media at the optimal time.

ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION (RPA)

Fully outsourced automation services as well as automation Center of Excellence.

CONSULTING

Comprehensive User Experience consulting services & solutions.

ADXPERT

An in-Mall digital marketing platform powered by Free WiFi offered to shoppers in the mall.

Key Personnel

Chris Cochrane

Managing Director

Gavin Fletcher

Operations Director
"Xpertek Contact’s team of RPA professionals helped us to quickly build an automated solution that has reduced our shipment creation time from 2-6 man hours to just 5 minutes of Bot processing time, allowing us to free up experienced employees from manual, repetitive tasks so that they can focus on more valuable tasks in their environment."
Tim Proome
Supply Chain Executive for Tarsus Distribution

News

15 May 2018
BBD Group today announced they have acquired a 30% equity stake in Xpertek Contact, offering IT services ranging from robotic process automation to business intelligence (BI) and location-based marketing.
27 March 2017
In November 2016, a partnership between McCormick Media, Xpertek Contact and Silverstone Solutions saw the pilot of a Wi-Fi-optimized, ‘mobile first’ digital activation and engagement campaign across 3 McCormick Media malls, aiming to bridge the gap between traditional and digital engagement. The pilot generated just over R1 million in revenue in the malls over 3 consecutive weekends.