Vox Holdings is rebranding to Vivica Group and is restructuring its enterprise into a number of sister corporations, together with smaller “incubator” companies.
Properly-known corporations within the group like fibre supplier Frogfoot and e-mail advertising service Everlytic will retain their manufacturers.
Nevertheless, Vox will cut up off a few of its companies into distinct entities.
As a part of the change to its company construction, Vox cut up off its cloud enterprise right into a separate firm known as Nymbis Cloud Options.
At a launch occasion in Teraco’s Johannesburg knowledge centre, Nymbis head Barry Kemp stated that though they’ve been providing cloud providers for over eight years as Vox, folks don’t affiliate “Vox” with “cloud”.
The restructuring and rebranding will take away that confusion.
Kemp stated it could additionally permit Vivica’s incubator corporations to develop exponentially.
Nymbis is a multi-cloud service that guarantees flexibility and safety to small companies and enormous enterprises.
Kemp stated Nymbis lets newer and established companies entry skilled providers and cloud administration to allow them to develop quickly with out losing pointless sources on cloud administration.
Its clients can use totally different cloud platforms relying on which most accurately fits their functions, together with Microsoft’s Azure, Amazon’s AWS, and Nymbis’ personal cloud infrastructure.
Nymbis works with well-established corporations reminiscent of Veaam and VMWare to supply complete service choices to clients.
Vivica CEO Jacques du Toit stated in an announcement that the group’s short- and long-term plans embody strategic acquisitions, a renewable power enterprise known as Stage Zero, and energetic investigations into enlargement alternatives within the worldwide market.
“Stage Zero shall be a welcome entrant in its sector, and Everlytic, our digital advertising enterprise, will set up a presence in Europe from July 2022,” stated Du Toit.
“Every of the Vivica subsidiaries has the constructing blocks to simply be replicated the world over.”