C3 Shared Services has a long and successful history of providing high-tech integrated security solutions to both the South African and African market. Over the years, the company has found that the long-term success of its solutions doesn't only depend on the technology used and an effective installation, but also on the management of the solution over its lifespan.
A well-designed security program is comprised of many elements. Policies, procedures, training, personnel, electronic systems, hardware, and environment are all important components of an effective program. Only when these pieces are properly assembled can the desired level of security be attained. Each of the diverse elements is a specialty in their own right.
A Security Manager or Facility Manager may be an expert in a variety of areas, but it is difficult to be so in all parts of the security plan. This is particularly true of electronic systems, where changing technology makes it difficult to remain current. C3 bridges the gap by applying best practices and current technology.
C3 represents a number of leading global brands and makes a point of choosing the best technology suited to each individual project. This combination of leading edge technology and best practices ensures a solution that actually works for the individual client.
C3 is a registered member of PSIRA (no. 163 9263). C3's BEE status is a Level 2. C3 Shared Services (Pty) ltd is a registered trademark™.
C3 Shared Services (PTY) Ltd believes very strongly in empowering it's previously disadvantaged employees and supporting economic change in South Africa, and for this reason, has implemented a very significant Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) initiative in the company.
In pursuit of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment, the shareholders and the Board of Directors of the company have committed themselves to support the government's stated objectives to facilitate the empowerment of black people by:
Promoting economic transformation in order to enable meaningful participation of black people in the economy.
Achieving a substantial change in the racial composition of ownership and management structures, and in the skilled occupations of the company;
Increasing the extent to which black women own and manage the company and its business, and increasing their access to economic activities, infrastructure and skills training;
Promoting investment programs that lead to broad-based and meaningful participation in the economy by black people in order to achieve sustainable development and general prosperity.
In view of the above, it is evident that the stakeholders of the company have recognised the fact that Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment has become imperative for sustainable growth of the company and the company is now, officially, 51% black owned.