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Introduction

FNB Port Nolloth is situated on the beach and is the most westerly branch of FNB. Port Nolloth was once a buzzing town with diamond miners in the 1920’s in hope to find these sparkling precious stones. Today, the town is known as a sleepy little town. Their main source of income relies mostly on tourism. The quant bank building has a typical Cape Dutch style architecture.

The Challenge

If there is a loss of internet connection, customers would not be assisted which would cause customers to be frustrated due to not being able to do their banking properly. In turn, the bank would run a risk of losing customers. Employees would not be able to work and there would be a delay in responding to customers’ requests and queries.

The Solution

VSAT was installed as a back-up link. This will ensure that they are always connected. For example, if the fibre fails, the link will automatically switch to satellite connection. We are able to assist with a custom-made solution for your business by applying engineering skills to harness technology in innovative ways to the benefit of our customers and the long-term prosperity of our people.

“I would like to thank your team for the efficient service that they have provided us during our VSAT upgrade. The field teams were very professional and guided us through the entire process of what is being done. We are surely very happy with the installation.” – Melody Cloete – Branch Administrator, Port Nolloth

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