Liquid Telecom unveils its new identity, Liquid Intelligent Technologies in Uganda, as it establishes itself as the digital service partner of choice for African businesses

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Liquid Intelligent Technologies Uganda, part of the Liquid Intelligent Technologies group (www.Liquid.Tech), a pan-African technology company, unveils its new brand identity.  This rebrand reflects the organisation's extensive business transformation from being a telecommunications and digital services provider to a one-stop-shop technology entity for both Governments and the Private Sector.

Over the last two decades, Liquid has firmly established itself as the leading pan-African infrastructure provider. This rebrand to Liquid Intelligent Technologies highlights the expansion of Cloud business, Cyber Security, and Managed Services technologies added to its existing telecoms and connectivity capability.

Liquid Intelligent Technologies will expand Managed Services offerings to drive and ensure successful adoption of tools to re-imagine how our customers work and connect through either enabling collaboration or utilising the most advanced cloud applications.

As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Liquid Intelligent Technologies is redefining Network, Cloud and Cyber Security offerings through strategic partnerships with leading global players, bringing innovative business applications, intelligent cloud services and world-class security to the African continent.

With the future of network security-driven from the cloud, Liquid Intelligent Technologies' recently launched its Cyber Security business unit, which uniquely delivers security at its core, protecting your business's data throughout its lifecycle.

"Over the last 20 years, Uganda has seen immense investment focus by the Government towards the ICT sector as the country steadily transforms into a digitally-led economy. Vital to this transformation is the strategic public-private partnerships with organisations that have helped create an ICT framework, introduce a holistic approach to Cyber Security for organisations.

The golden thread that ties all these technologies seamlessly is the national backbone infrastructure that the World Bank funded. With our intelligent technology offerings, Liquid Uganda will help customers embrace modern technologies and ideologies, especially in improving organisational excellence. Our customers in the country will benefit from our pan-African presence and our extensive African Intelligence that has been bringing local solutions to local challenges," concludes Dennis Kahindi, CEO Liquid Intelligent Technologies Uganda. 

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Liquid Intelligent Technologies.

For more information contact:
Angela Chandy
Email: Angela.chandy@liquid.tech

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About Liquid Intelligent Technologies:
Liquid Intelligent Technologies is a pan-African technology group with capabilities across 14 countries, primarily in Sub-Saharan Africa. Established in 2005, Liquid has firmly established itself as the leading pan-African digital infrastructure provider. Liquid Intelligent Technologies is redefining Network, Cloud and Cyber Security offerings through strategic partnerships with leading global players, innovative business applications, intelligent cloud services and world-class security to the African continent. Under its new brand identity, Liquid Intelligent Technologies has eight business units,namely: Liquid Networks, Liquid Business, Liquid Sea, Liquid Cloud, Liquid Cyber Security, Liquid Home, Liquid Innovation and Liquid Satellite. Liquid Intelligent Technologies is now a full one-stop-shop technology group that provides tailor-made digital solutions to businesses in the public and private sectors across the continent. The Group also operates state-of-the-art data centres in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Nairobi, Harare and Kigali, with a combined potential 19,000 square metres of rack space and 78 MW of power.