Video Conferencing Customers That Use Our Equipment.




Telkom South Africa
Gestetner South Africa
Table Bay Hotel - Cape Town
NEDCOR South Africa
Le Vendome Hotel - CTN
Renault South Africa
IBM South Africa
National Dept. of Agriculture
University of Johannesburg
Tshwane University of Technology
Price Water House Coopers
Africa Data
Columbus Stainless Steel
University of Free State
Sun International
Swaziland Posts & Telecommunications Corporation
S.A.Druggists - Pharmacare
Frontier Finance (Mauritius)
Fiat South Africa
Marcus Dekenah Consulting
LG Business Centre
Readman Swart Voidt
Duferco Steel Processing
NECSA (Former AEC)
National Dept. of Transport
Telecom Namibia
University of South Africa
Hemer Rentals
Pernod Ricard South Africa
SCI Electronics
ETA Audio-Visual
NMG Levy

SAHETI - Greek School
GBG Engineering
Executive Office International
GWK LIMITED
Royal Hotel - Durban
SA National Defence Force
SERVICES SETA
TDC
US AID
National Dept. of Housing
SA Human Rights Commission
WPK Agriculture
NANOTEC
M C M
SA Legal Aid Board
Waco International Ltd
Italian Chamber of Commerce
RF Cadiz & Co Pty Ltd
DM Kisch
Daimler Chrysler
Aurum Health Services
S A Reserve Bank
Skytech Communications (Kenya)
NUMSA
Gateway Communications
Gauteng Dept. of Health
Bloemfontein Technical College
National Dept. of Home Affairs
Senior Flexsonics
Bridge Interactive (Pty) Ltd
Bentley West
SABC
Silicon Smelters

Spectro (Pty) Ltd
Eskom - Koebert
Jewish Israel Centre
SA Custodial Management
CZ Electronics (Pty) Ltd
Bata Shoes
Infrastructure Finance Corporation
INCA
Dept. of Public Enterprises
National Treasury
Conference Communications
AstraZeneca
Nestle South Africa
PMD Dies & Stereos
Securicor
Computershare
Brunswick South Africa
Deloitte & Touche
Manganese Metal Company
Telecoms Namibia
Magnetic Storm
Natal Portland Cement
Business Presentations Products
JT Ross
Barrows KZN
Shell Chemicals
Beyers Chocolates
Lion Ore
Norilsk Nickel - JHB & Botswana
City Lodges - Countrywide
CD Group -Joel Stransky
DCD Dorbyl

SETA's Testimonial

The Services SETA is one of the Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) established by the South African Department of Labour in April 2000. The Services SETA was established to ensure that skill needs of the South African services sector are addressed. This objective is achieved through frequent collaboration between the SETA, its stakeholders and role-players.

At the beginning of 2004, they decided to render inter-staff communication and collaboration more effective by implementing video communication technology within the organisation. Services SETA installed three Aethra video communication set-top systems in their regional offices in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.

Prior to implementing Aethra video communication solutions, Services SETA would fly delegates to the relevant venues, which of course had both cost and logistical implications. The introduction of video communication has helped the organization to make savings on costs, time and loss of productivity. Delegates flying for example from Cape Town to Johannesburg for an early meeting, now avoid having to arrive at the airport at the crack of dawn and don't need to rely on someone to ferry them between the airport and the meeting. This results in the organization saving money on flights, accommodation costs and in some cases car hire.

Furthermore, delegates no longer have to spend most of their day travelling to get to an out of town meeting.

Services SETA currently use their video communication systems for Board meetings, staff and departmental meetings on average 3 times a month. Once users have become familiar with the technology, the organisation also plans to use video communication for workshops. They are also exploring the possibility of using the system for regional job interviews.

Services SETA chose the Aethra Vega Star Silver-E video communication set-top over other products/manufacturers in the market as it promised the best value, reliability and provided the most benefits. Product features particularly valued by Services SETA are the ability to incorporate a teleconference into a video call, data sharing between sites, and the possibility to remote control a videoconference session and conduct system diagnostics via the web.

The integrated Multipoint Conferencing Unit (MCU) was a deciding factor for Services SETA when choosing a system. The MCU allows the system to connect with up to 5 sites in mixed mode (ISDN and IP) and therefore provides important expansion opportunities which the organisation, has in mind.



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