Laxton moves Africa office

19/03/19

Laxton has taken the decision to centralize its company resources in South Africa, into its European office in Amsterdam, which has become the regional headquarters focused on the broader EMEA region.

Laxton said it has been operating in South Africa and the African market for over 15 years, delivering large scale Election, Identity, and SelfService projects; and has recently introduced the Chameleon multi-modal biometric product range (www.chameleonbiometrics.com) to the market.

"As a rapidly growing organisation, Laxton continues to make positive changes to its strategy and business operating model to continue the high level of service our customers and partners have come to expect".

"Laxton has an extensive track record of working with many partners in delivering projects globally, and this is a model the company is focused on broadening".

With the introduction of the Chameleon product range Laxton now has two primary go to market approaches: first, our Project offerings, which are bespoke, large scale Election, Citizen Identity and Self Service solutions, and second, our Flagship Products, including our newly released Chameleon products and our Voreza Rugged Laptop range. 

The Flagship product range, which are off the shelf available stock items, will be distributed through a traditional channel partner model business approach, leveraging local resellers focused on identity management offerings, on a country or regional basis.

 

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