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Issue Date: August 2000 (es)

Speedy growth of unique CSP prompts move to Woodmead

1 August 2000

In the space of only six months, rapid growth has compelled SETcom to vacate its former offices in Midrand to opt for bigger, better premises in Woodmead, Sandton. Founded toward the end of 1999, SETcom is one of the fastest growing Commerce Service Providers (CSPs) in the country, having already established itself as a leading business concern and the largest SET-compliant CSP in Africa.
Recently appointed as Managing Director, Jentje Hoadley declares that SETcom's core expertise lies in transaction processing, including the related security, reliability and flexibility these processes require. The ability to offer both Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) as well as SET protocol however elevates SETcom above the host of CSP's popping up in the marketplace.
"SETcom's remarkable growth is not surprising," cites Hoadley. Facilitating greatly simplified e-commerce enablement, the company's hassle-free implementation is proving exceedingly popular among vendors. "Our quick to market offering guarantees improved security, with no added software required, and facilitating a reliability uptime of 99,9%," she concludes.
SETcom's new physical address details are as follows: First floor, Building no 27, The Woodlands Office Park, Woodmead.
For details contact SETcom on tel: (011) 804 6977 or fax: (011) 804 6979.

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