XLink was established in 2004 to become a leading provider in providing agility, resilience and best practice in connectivity for the retail and payment sectors. When XLink first opened its doors, the connected world was just starting. By leveraging the skills we honed in the payment and retail sectors, we have become the perfect partner to help consult, develop and orchestrate products and solutions in the connectivity space.
In 2004, the main means to connect solutions was through GSM, but today there is a massive variety of technologies that drive the data that businesses use to transact, learn and grow. Thus we are connection-agnostic: an XLink solution does not shoehorn what is convenient, but establishes what our customers need. We operate on the principles of being reliable, saleable, reputable and robust. By taking the experience gathered over our 17-year lifespan, we are introducing new levels of excellence to other applications. As a leader in managed services, security, performance monitoring and more, we can take any digital problem and bring together an ecosystem of vetted partners, suppliers and providers to solve business problems.
This is the new context: connectivity and data are pervasive and the ingredients for successful 21st century companies. We use our ample experience and hard-earned pedigree to make that context a tangible reality that our customers can truly own, ultimately enabling Africa to transact.
Connectivity is in our DNA and we are experts in developing Industry 4.0 solutions using the best products and best practices. We understand that our customers want results that make sense to their companies, so they can continue to focus on business.
The potential of this new era is incredible. It can transform businesses and create untold new opportunities for people, including financial emancipation. This is XLink’s legacy: to use the best of connectivity and technology, and make progress a reality for our customers, communities and countries.
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Why trust us
XLink provides a comprehensive consultation service and the expertise to understand and identify the connectivity requirements and risks in your business. Our technical experts will design, tailor, develop, scale and implement connectivity solutions to meet your unique business requirements.
XLink’s technical skills, capabilities and infrastructure provide a complete range of information and communications technology services and solutions for the Retail and Payment sectors.
XLink provides comprehensive support services to all our customers. Our telephonic helpdesk is available 7 days a week from 7am to 10pm on 08600 XLINK (95465) or you can email us on email@example.com.
Our trusted advisory, technical specialists, approved connectivity solutions, Qualified Integrator and Reseller (QIR) certified installation experts and international Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) consultants uniquely provide you with an end-to-end solution to managing the risks and PCI compliance requirements your business needs.
We partner with innovative technology providers in the retail environment to enable retailers to take advantage of the evolution of IoT to enhance the in-store customer experience through the deployment of new connectivity solutions, payment devices, smart sensors, analytic platforms, etc.
We provide trusted and proven Managed Outsourced Services for the technology and retail sectors to simplify, enhance and manage your business environment, providing you with increased capacity and automation for your business along with the long-term cost-effectiveness and security you require.
Accreditation and Compliance
- The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) is the regulator for the South African communications, broadcasting and postal services sector. ICASA was established by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa Act of 2000, as Amended.
- ICASA’s mandate is spelled out in the Electronic Communications Act for the licensing and regulation of electronic communications and broadcasting services and by the Postal Services Act for the regulation of the postal sector.
- Enabling legislation also empowers ICASA to monitor licensee compliance with licence terms & conditions, to develop regulations in the three sectors, to plan and manage the radio frequency spectrum and to protect consumers of these services and products .