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Why an assessment?

Our comprehensive business connectivity assessment will give you a 360 degree view of your telecoms and identify areas where performance can be improved.

Stay ahead of the pack by verifying your telecom infrastructure is current and working optimally for your company.

  • Drive your business forward by ensuring the right technology is in place
  • Evaluate your telecoms in relation to your business objectives
  • Reduce costs by identifying inefficiencies and wastage
Streamline operations and reduce costs

Streamline operations & reduce costs

Our expert consultants are ready to analyse your current telecoms infrastructure to see how you can save money and improve operational efficiency, communications and business processes.

We provide strategic advice, risk assessment and a detailed roadmap to achieve your communication goals.

Future proof your business today

Future proof your business today

Our scalable recommendations are targeted at increasing your business efficiency and making communication smooth and simple without any interruptions.

We provide a comprehensive range of services such as Fibre, Cloud and VoIP that all work together to ensure operational efficiency as your business grows.


In our ever changing digital age, transformation is an ongoing process.


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Stem Connect (South Africa)
How does an assessment work?

How does an assessment work?

First we gather information about the customer’s current network layout, capacity, services running on the network and whether last mile connectivity is in place.

We then evaluate the customer’s network and services priorities and establish a “wish list” of outcomes to build the perfect network given their budget and business objectives.

The assessment proposal will be based on the outcome of a detailed last mile feasibility and includes:

  • The network, last mile optimisation and capacity upgrades i.e. copper to fibre
  • Services on the network, priorities and guarantees
  • Telephony
  • Security for all sites, down to end-point protection for all users
  • Network management
  • Network support and uptime
  • Updated network diagram with services and priorities
  • Clearly demonstrate that all “pain” points have been addressed
  • Service level agreements with differentiated benefits
Stem Connect (South Africa)

Who would benefit from a life cycle assessment?

  • Companies that are still using fixed line telephone solutions
  • Companies with an outdated telecommunications infrastructure
  • Companies with many employees in multiple locations (both onsite and remote)
  • Companies that experience a large volume of customer queries, every minute of every day
  • Industries such as retail, financial services, FMCG, insurance, mining, marketing, manufacturing, sales and advertising, import and export
  • Companies with multiple branches in many territories (national & global)
  • Companies that need access to data all the time or process and store large volumes of data
  • Businesses that have branches as part of a bigger network that fall outside the city metros i.e. branches in outlying towns and rural areas