Collaborations are key to delivering value for our clients. PATHMOS has always believed in the philosophy of growing symbiotically in an ecosystem by creating synergies. Partnership is a way of life for PATHMOS. Experience has driven the belief in us that partnerships enhance performance and support cross-fertilization of ideas leading to well-managed, scalable and complete solutions. Our adopted belief in keeping good company bears testimony in our alliances with most industry leaders and visionaries who share our spotless commitment to our customers. Together we have worked for our customers for success in a global economy.
PATHMOS has engaged itself in various go-to-market programs with technology partners, providing our customers with one stop shop solution and reducing the total cost of ownership. The Pathmos Partnerships Program allows solution providers to establish as well as strengthen relationships with key industry stakeholders in sub-Sahara Africa. Through their participation, Strategic Partners gain a unique insight into investment opportunities and revenue generating opportunities in the sub-Sahara region.
With the support of these global giants, we have managed to transform our client businesses. If interested, please click on the Pathmos Partnership, fill out the attached form and send it to Partnership@pathmosconsulting.com.
Currently, Pathmos is working with our Sub-Saharan African Partners to proliferate several products that help alleviate the energy problem and lack of electricity.
(1) Solar LED Lamp: these are effective primarily in the rural areas as a complement to the lack of electricity. Click here for more information on the details on the Solar LED Lamp.
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