Browsing: Jens Montanana

JSE-listed multinational technology group Datatec has reported a mixed earnings picture in its latest financial results as expected growth failed to materialise in the US, emerging markets were depressed and Europe showed signs of improvement. It is also blaming the implementation of a business management

Johannesburg-listed multinational technology distribution and services group Datatec has reported a slight decline in headline earnings per share for its financial year ended 28 February 2013, despite a 4% improvement at the top line and a strong performance by its Logicalis subsidiary

Logicalis, a subsidiary of JSE-listed multinational IT group Datatec, has agreed to buy the European subsidiaries, excluding the UK business, of 2e2 for €24m (US$31m) in cash and new shares. Logicalis will acquire the business from the administrators of 2e2. In addition, the UK operations

JSE-listed global technology distribution and services company Datatec is lowering its forecasts for its full financial year, which ends on 28 February, due to a poor second-half performance at Westcon. Group revenues for the 2013 financial year are now expected to be about US$5,4bn, up from

A unit of Logicalis, a subsidiary of Johannesburg- and London-listed technology group Datatec, has bought the Colombian and Ecuadorian operations of Cibercall for cash. The value of the deal, which is being done by

Johannesburg- and London-listed technology distribution and services group Datatec has grown diluted headline earnings per share by 6,8% in the six months ended 31 August 2012 on the back of a 7% rise in revenue to $2,62bn. Describing the results as “solid” in a

A analysis of the annual reports of SA’s top technology companies – those with a market capitalisation above R1bn – show that Datatec CEO Jens Montanana is the highest paid CEO, at least among companies listed on the JSE. Montanana pipped MTN Group CEO Sifiso Dabengwa to the post, earning nearly US$3m in salary

Despite slowing growth as a result of a weakening economic environment, JSE-listed technology group Datatec says it is still on target to meet its full-year growth forecasts. The group on Wednesday published an interim management statement covering the four-month period between

Westcon, the distribution arm of JSE-listed IT group Datatec, will acquire Iberian and Latin American multinational security, virtualisation and data centre distributor Afina Group in a deal worth as much as €50m (R516m). The deal is being done by way of Westcon’s acquisition

Johannesburg- and London-listed technology distribution and services group Datatec has topped US$5bn in annual sales for the first time. In the financial year ended 29 February 2012, the group reported sales of $5,03bn, up 17% from $4,3bn a year earlier