Data World was established in 1995 and is one of the leading BEE ICT companies in South Africa with a proven and solid track record of On Budget, On Time Delivery of complex large scale projects and applications. Data World initially started off as a company offering GIS services, and thereafter ventured into developing IT solutions on a GIS platform. The company was voted top ICT Company in 2002 and KZN IT Company of the year in 2006, to list some of its achievements. Data World is a process driven organisation with well defined processes and Software delivery methodologies. It has well organized Functional Teams with distinct Process Areas of Business Analysis, Software Development, Design, Testing, Software Support, Quality Assurance and Project Management.

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