IT infrastructure projects are experiencing massive delays due to a shortage of chips and semiconductors, which will persist well into next year. Altron Systems Integration is leveraging its global network to assist local companies in securing infrastructure for their needs.“IT infrastructure projects are often key to a company’s future resilience and delays impact costs and revenue projections. Altron Systems Integration has secured strategic partnerships with leading technology suppliers from across the world. As a result, we can assist South African companies to continue with planned infrastructure projects and mitigate the risk of disruption,” said Altron spokesperson Vaughn Naidoo, Chief Digital & Technology Officer at Altron Systems Integration.Technology research and consulting company Gartner has warned that the chip supply is only likely to recover from the second quarter of 2022. It recommends that companies should extend their supply chain visibility and diversify their supplier base. Tracking leading indicators and entering companion models can also mitigate the risk.Learn more
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