Digicall Group Awards

Standout Performers Recognised at Digicall Group Awards

The Digicall Group is fast approaching it’s 18th birthday, and will be celebrating the fact that they have grown to include 22 companies over three continents and with over 4,000 employees.

Despite a challenging year, Digicall and its partners have managed  to overcome the ongoing Covid pandemic to find success in a variety of industries and demonstrated growth beyond expectations. 

“We believe it is due to our resilience, our agile approach and the team spirit of our people, that we manage to secure continued success. 

Last week, our best staff members and projects were acknowledged at our Digicall Group Awards in true Digicall style.

Delivering standout results this year, Digicall Assist Australia received the prestigious Top Dog accolade, as the Digicall Group’s business unit of the year.

Digicall Group Awards
Willem de Clercq – Director (accepting the award on behalf of Digicall Assist Australia)
Ruben Moggee – Digicall Group CEO

The success of Digicall Assessing Solutions was also recognised, being handed the Locomotive award as the most consistent business unit of the year.

Digicall Group Awards
Danie Rossouw – Business Head: Digicall Assessing Solutions
Ruben Moggee – Digicall Group CEO

Making an early impact after its launch, Digicall Next received the Rookie accolade as the best newcomer business unit of the year

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Zohar Green – Head: Digicall NEXT
Ruben Moggee – Digicall Group CEO

Also showing significant progress in 2021, iSmart was named as the most improved business unit of the year, receiving the Bomb Squad award.

Digicall Group Awards
Richard Anderson – CEO: iSmart
Ruben Moggee – Digicall Group CEO

Meanwhile, after taking some big steps forward for our group of companies, Digicall Group IT was acknowledged with the Wizzard accolade as the innovator of the year.

Digicall Group Awards
Johan Kriel – Digicall Group CIO
Ruben Moggee – Digicall Group CEO

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