Morolo specialises in the field of Hardware and Desktop Maintenance, consumable sales and customised solutions. In addition to this, Morolo has deployed many LAN cabling installations.
Morolo is a preferred IT supplier primarily in the Public Sector, as it conforms to all Tender Board requirements, is largely black owned, and has a national infrastructure.
Morolo also has a rollout and installation team. We successfully project manage and install client equipment nationally.
Morolo subscribes to the Occupational Health and Safety Act with the Amendments and the Construction Regulations in South Africa as contemplated by the government in order to provide a safe environment for our staff and clients.
Our staff is provided with courses included, but not limited to Gas Analysis for working in confined areas of explosive gases.
Our Health and Safety file is regularly revised and checked by a registered Health and Safety Practitioner.
Our marketing and sales plan, linked to the delivery of quality technical services, will see Morolo grow profitably under the guidance of a competent, well connected management team.
Our staff has been chosen for their special skills and talents, to be able to contribute towards excellent Customer satisfaction levels.
• IRBA rating.
• Black Owned – 56%
• Level 1 BEE Contributor (view certificate here)
Careful consideration has been paid to the demographics and skill levels of the Company to best serve the interest of both the Public and Private Sectors.
Morolo currently satisfies all the requirements and is an approved supplier to Armscor, and hence show our commitment and capacity for confidentiality.
Our supplier registration is: 2089.
Procurement The Company enjoys a BEE standing and wherever possible, procures through our BEE Companies.
Support Of BBEEE Enterprises
Morolo has given all its work requiring engineering to a local SMME. Smartronics CC works has produced metal housings for items required by Morolo for different projects.
Morolo installed computers at 3 schools in KwaZulu-Natal in 2010. This project was done with Total SA. They have donated the computers and software whilst Morolo donated the cabling, software installations and commissioning.