Welcome to Flawless Information Technology guide


Uganda’s ICT sector is a dynamic and vibrant sector and has registered double digit growth over the last few years with bulk of investment expenditure in the roll out of mobile broadband solutions and Internet related infrastructure.

At Flawless Consultants Limited ICT department we are contracted to work with industrial and commercial clients who are seeking help and advice about business and IT related problems.

Our typical project involves:

  • consulting staff from different parts of a client's organization
  • analysing an organisation’s data
  • determining information system requirements and defining project objectives
  • making recommendations, such as suggesting appropriate hardware, software and systems
  • designing, installing and trialing new systems and software, and fixing any issues that arise
  • compiling and presenting information
  • writing reports and documentation
  • repairing computer problems and removing viruses
  • training users
  • responding to feedback.

A flexible attitude to working patterns is helpful as travel and periods of working away from home are to be expected.

Please don't hesitate to contact us for more information about how we can be of service to you...

 



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