Business Services

Business Services

Twin Technology is part of the services sector with an emphasis on information and knowledge production thereby creating value added services.
Twin Technology produces a service linked to performance and building latent capacity to understand and implement business processes in organisations, backed by a knowledge base ranging from policy analysis, strategy development, social and economic research, to community development, programme implementation and governance as well as monitoring and evaluation. The underlying reason for existence is therefore to share knowledge and expertise.

The services offered include analysis, facilitation and consultation.
• Consulting services on development of indicators for overall organisational performance, local economic development, strategies to improve performance and implement mandates.
• Analytical services on current affairs, policy frameworks and production of reports.
• Facilitation services to better understand government and organisations and to build capability. This aspect of the services offered includes training and workshops to capacitate and share knowledge.
• Value-added service is the development of customised software undertaken in partnership with software developers. This is enables management, organisation and access to information.

Our team has vast experience in the fields of community development and policy analysis. Work on strategy development, social and economic research, programme implementation as well as monitoring and evaluation assisted government in South Africa since 1995.

Past Achievements (pre 2010)

• The development of a Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System, a tool for management and governance of organisations.
• The design and implementation of Local Economic Development programmes and strategies involving government, business, labour and communities.
• Strategic integration of diverse groupings aimed at improving the economy and building social cohesion.
• Facilitation of intergovernmental relations on service delivery and implementation of strategic projects and programmes.

Experience

• In the development of an information society, to utilise ICT for service delivery and social development as well as on the role of ICT as a driver to the economy.
• In the field of gender consultation and women’s development Mohan has worked on policy development and programme implementation.
• Mohan has good governance practical experience on boards, which covers oversight of strategy implementation and sound auditing of finances. She has been a member of the GEDA, Blue IQ, Khanya Insititute for Community Driven Development, SoftStart Bti, and CPS boards.

 

 

Business Guidance

We will use a step by step approach and highlight key factors that will make your business a success. If you dont already know then, you are shooting in the dark. How strong are your processes? How detailed is your marketing strategy? Do you have the right plan. Lets find out.

Offering value is not enough. If no one knows about what you have to offer, it doesn’t matter how much value you create. Without Marketing, no business can survive – people who don’t know you exist can’t purchase what you have to offer, and people who aren’t interested in what you have to offer won’t become paying customers.

Every successful business finds a way to attract the attention of the right people and make them interested in what’s being offered. Without prospects, you won’t sell anything, and without completing profitable transactions, your business will fail.

Marketing is the art and science of finding prospects – people who are actively interested in what you have to offer. The best businesses in the world find ways to attract the attention of qualified prospects quickly and inexpensively. The more prospects you entice, the better off your business will be.

Marketing is not the same thing as selling. While “direct marketing” strategies often minimize the time between attracting attention and asking for the sale, marketing and selling are two different things.

Marketing is about getting noticed; Sales is about closing the deal. We will help guide you through the following topics:

    Attention
    Receptivity
    Remarkability
    Probable Purchaser
    Preoccupation
    End Result
    Qualification
    Point of Market Entry
    Addressability
    Desire
    Visualization
    Framing
    Free
    Permission
    Hook
    Call-to-Action
    Narrative
    Controversy
    Reputation

    “The cardinal marketing sin is being boring.”
    Dan Kennedy, marketing expert