MTN Business has appointed Johnny Aucamp to GM for strategic relations and business development in Africa.

Angela Gahagan, executive at MTN Business, says Aucamp will add in-depth continent experience to the team.
“This appointment reiterates my commitment to offer corporations all over the African continent and other emerging markets our '360 degree' service offering – an approach that is designed to offer client’s peace of mind in their communication needs, pinned on reliability and availability.”
MTN Business believes many companies are expanding into Africa and as such, require the same level of service and communication solutions they have become accustomed too – especially those operating from South Africa.
"I am thrilled to be apart of the MTN Business team," he says. "My role will be to liaise with all the various MTN offices in Africa and drive our standardised service delivery vision, enabling customers to interact with one company – MTN Business – for all their ICT needs.”
MTN Business’s African strategy aims to  enable a standardised approach to services and solutions delivery, enabling customers to reach their true business potential and maximise growth opportunities across all relevant borders – no matter what set of unique challenges each may hold.
Adds Aucamp: “This is achieved by providing universal Service Level Agreements (SLA’s) across the continent and providing a common interface to a support infrastructure via one company. With a footprint in 21 counties including 16 in Africa, through our parent company, we are able to deliver services across a number of countries within realistic timeframes, considering the local market conditions are understood and the building blocks of doing business have successfully been undertaken.”
MTN Business plans on forming integral partnerships with customers to assist their growth into Africa on the back of their physical presence.