Bizmod, a sought-after business partner across South African industries, is a 100% women owned IT and management firm established in 1997.
A proudly South African company with a Level 2 BBBEE status, 52% black ownership and 38.5% black women owned. The company’s CSI strategy is to develop women entrepreneurs, equipping them with valuable skills and a sense of self-worth for personal and professional benefit.
Seugnet van den Berg was the first of the partners to join the business and was soon followed by Anne-Marie Pretorius and then Jessica Nyarayi Tandy. The strengths, expertise and values of these three influential partners has developed Bizmod into the company it is today.
Anne-Marie is a highly experienced management consultant with more than 20 years’ experience in the fields of project management, business analysis and change management, specialising in privacy and information security. She is committed to making a positive impact and has developed innovative ways to address issues and overcome obstacles. Her focus and determination through difficult times with an appreciation and trust in individuals and their abilities is what sets her apart.
Jessica’s understanding of the human component of processes and her natural flair for knowledge transfer has been integral in Bizmod’s growth. She is a trustee for the Bizmod Women’s Trust and pursuits a passion for social upliftment. She is a formidable go-getter with the ability to not only shape an idea into an actual solution but to find different ways of doing this.
Seugnet has over 20 years’ experience implementing initiatives that link strategy, people, processes and technology. Her creativity enables her to produce new and interesting ways of communicating, connecting and developing practices. Her tenacity has helped to ensure not only the stability of Bizmod but also the company’s growth. She has a passion for helping women to succeed in business.
The common purpose of these three remarkable women is to invest in South African women and children and to use their resources to leave individuals better off.