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The Jasco Group is your smart technology and solutions partner. We provide a range of true end-to-end converged ICT offerings for carriers and enterprises across the telecoms, communications, IT infrastructure, security and fire sectors. Our offering also incorporates intelligent technologies including power and renewable energy, water management, data centres and broadcasting. We also offer component manufacturing of injection-moulded plastic, pressed metal components and appliances for the ‘white goods’ industry.

About Us

2016
Jasco celebrates 40 years of excellence.
2012
Jasco acquires FerroTech.
2010
Jasco acquires Spescom, an ICT company focused on data, voice and video and becomes a R1b group.
2008
Concluded a partnership with AfroCentric, moving Jasco to a 60% black owned company.
2003
Concluded a BEE transaction with Community Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd ("CIH") through the acquisition of Tasslelane Technologies (Pty) Ltd.
1987
Jasco Electronics Holdings listed on the JSE.
1982
Jasco acquires Webb Industries.
1976
The Jasco Group was founded as Jasco Electronics Holdings.
 

Latest News

Opinion Piece: Local procurement is as much a private sector concern as it is a public sector duty - The Local Procurement Accord was established in 2011 by government with the intention of putting policy in place to develop local suppliers and better utilise local resources in order to achieve the goals of socio-economic development through job creation. Five years on, procurement of locally-produced goods is still low which compromises economic growth and job creation.
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Founding Member of Jasco Retires - After 40 years of service and dedication, Sir John Alfred Sherry, founder and independent non-executive director of Jasco is retiring as a board member and will be emigrating permanently to Malta
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Opinion Piece: It’s ‘horses for courses’ when migrating your contact centre to the cloud - The rapid growth of data speeds and connectivity options in South Africa have enabled local businesses to take advantage of cloud solutions, and many companies are doing just that. Contact centres, in particular, can benefit from all or parts of the components hosted in the cloud, particularly when one considers the extensive investment in infrastructure that a contact centre requires. But not all businesses are ready, or able, to migrate their contact centres to the cloud entirely.
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