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We are looking for candidates between 20 and 26 years, who hold a Degree in Computer Science, Business or Education.
The person must also have an ICDL Certification.
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29 September, 2016
Symphony Technologies is a large and well-established IT company headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with a corporate history that goes back 35 years. It has offices in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Ethiopia.
Symphony delivers IT solutions to the government, corporate and private sectors with ICT Consultancy, Training, Education, Business Solutions, Infrastructure, (hardware, software & Networking, UPSs etc), Warranty and Maintenance Services.
We provide horizontal solutions knowledge and expertise in communications and collaboration; data center and cloud services; critical power and managed services among others.
Our entire focus is geared to helping our clients derive value from their investment in information technology so that they can become more successful in their core activities. This applies to small businesses, to major corporations and to entire governments.
Symphony’s history goes back to 1979, when The Da Gama Rose Group launched Computer Applications Ltd (CAL). CAL was Wang’s exclusive business partner for numerous countries in Eastern Africa. In 1982 CAL introduced the first portable PC to East Africa, the 'luggable’
AddressWestcom Point Building, Block C, 8th Floor off Waiyaki Way, Mahiga Mairu Avenue, Westlands, NAIROBI, KENYA.
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