EOH CEO Stephen Van Coller sent a letter to employees, clients and shareholders on Friday, reflecting on what has been a week from hell for the JSE-listed IT services group. Read it here.
EOH Holdings CEO Stephen van Coller is in a race against the clock to restructure the sprawling South African IT business before shareholders and lenders run out of patience.
Corruption will be “dealt with” and anyone at EOH involved in unethical business practices will not get away with it, the IT services group’s CEO, Stephen van Coller, warned on Wednesday.
EOH Holdings, reeling after an anonymous complaint prompted Microsoft to abruptly cancel partner agreements with it, has created an app that will make that process easier for future whistle-blowers.
Exclusive | Microsoft terminated longstanding partner agreements with EOH after an anonymous whistle-blower filed a complaint about alleged malfeasance with the US Securities & Exchange Commission.
Stephen van Coller has called on anyone with evidence of corruption involving the JSE-listed IT services group to bring it to him as he attempts to “root out” any “historical, unethical business practices”.
EOH Holdings has “proactively initiated” an internal investigation into subsidiary EOH Mthombo’s channel partner business unit after Microsoft served a notice of termination on two agreements with the company last Friday.
EOH Holdings on Friday published an open letter to its stakeholders after its shares were pummelled this week following the news that Microsoft had terminated two partner agreements with its subsidiary, EOH Mthombo. Read the full letter here.