We established Project Presentations in 1998 as Project Presentations CC: a premium ICT consulting company with a focus on IT projects and support services. Through the years, we have grown by leaps and bounds, and have developed and expanded our service offering to become a successful ICT infrastructure service provider.
We restructured our operations in 2013 and changed our name to PPIT with a renewed focus on expanding our service reach to the rest of South Africa while also exploring low-risk opportunities in Southern Africa. We have a global presence with a substantial percentage of our clients based in Mpumalanga.
Our vast experience and proven track record of service delivery have seen us work with some high-profile clients in a multitude of industries, including mining, banking, engineering, retail, petrochemicals, as well as government and finance. Some of our valued clients include TÜV SÜD South Africa (Pty) Ltd, Beacon Hill Resources PLC, and GLPS.
We pride ourselves in delivering a sought-after ICT outsourcing service (based on the ITIL framework) as we work towards our vision to become the preferred service provider for quality IT solutions.
To become the IT solutions partner of choice for medium to large organisations worldwide
To provide a full spectrum of IT support services
To have a physical presence in key spots where clients can receive on-site assistance
To provide proactive and high-quality IT support and solutions, ensuring that:
- infrastructure is set up correctly
- services are aligned to your day-to-day IT needs
At Project Presentations, we strive to maintain the highest level of standard in all respects. As a professional IT solutions company providing outsourced ICT services to the South African market, we recognise the importance of equity principles and promoting the objectives of the Black Economic Empowerment Act. We have:
- placed a strong emphasis on developing and maintaining a workforce that reflects the demographics of our country
- aligned our operations in accordance with the requirements of the legislation