A new information technology (IT) firm plans to enter the Malawi market with the introduction of sim-skin—a patented technology designed to facilitate cost-effective international, premium and non-geo number calling from mobile phones.
Robert Brown Consulting Group (RBCG) managing director, Chauncy Mopho Jere, said users of the sim-skin can save up to 98 percent on calls
compared to mainstream providers.
“We would like to penetrate the Africa market, especially Malawi. We visited Malawi for 14 days with a group of investors from USA and UK. We would like to partner with local Malawian companies or individuals,” he said. Jere said there will no changes in the way clients dial or call and also no changing of sim card and the sim-skin can be bought online at www.rbcg.co.uk/
He said RBCG, which is based in USA and UK, is a team of consultants focusing on serving the comprehensive needs of businesses in the full
range of the business cycle. Jere said with a core staff of experienced professionals and a team approach to most consulting projects, RBCG offers more balanced quality service than many of its competitors.
“Each business consultant specialises in particular discipline, including finance, sales and marketing. Information technology, energy, logistics, supply chain, warehouse, manufacturing, accounting, operations, event planning, outsourcing, human resources and telecommunication.
“We serve business from the inside out. Partnering with client teams, we solve problems, implement initiatives and help drive change through all levels of businesses all over the world,” he said.
Unlike traditional consulting firms that hire right out of school, Jere said they employ seasoned professionals for them t start adding
value as soon as they begin work.