eNetworks advocates strong policies of empowerment and promotion from within. In 2006 Dumisa Melane was welcomed as a 15% shareholder of the company. Dumisa has been with the company since 2001 as a receptionist and has since made her way up in the business to her current position as Customer Relationship Manager.
eNetworks has attained a level 3 BBBEE status.
Our policies encompass sponsoring school children, deploying refurbished computers to previously disadvantaged individuals and direct black ownership, eNetworks has attained a level 3 BBBEE status. This means that each Rand spent with eNetworks counts as 1 BBBEE Rand. We constantly strive to improve our status and are always on the look-out for new investments.
eNetworks started in 1999 and is currently in its 14th year of operation. Functioning as a fixed line ISP and networking specialist we have consistently "punched above our weight" maintaining an impressive client base of major local and global players. Growth has been impressive 30% year on year in a market that is undisputedly one of the most competitive of all. Growth has been organic and by word of mouth - eNetworks only hired its first sales representative in 2007.