Driving up quality amidst operationally and economically challenging conditions

How NETIS established their leading reputation in the African market

Read this article to learn:

  • NETIS’ footprint and experience in the African market
  • Key processes and procedures introduced to ensure operational efficiency
  • How the company balances increasingly tight budgets with stringent quality requirements
  • The impact that power system upgrades have on site operations
  • How NETIS see growth in macrosites, alternative site typologies and fibre
  • What differentiates NETIS from its competitors

With a footprint in eight countries and a client base including Africa’s four major towercos, NETIS have established themselves as a leading service provider in the continent’s tower industry. TowerXchange speak to NETIS’ Operations Director, Michael Shehata to find out some of the factors underpinning the company’s success in what is becoming an increasingly challenging…

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