Inspired by the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs the Group launched Shanti Africa Security (SAS) in 2012 to provide for the need for security. This, plus developments in the micro and macro-economic environment resulted in the progressive scaling of operations to include Shanti Africa Foods (SAF), Shanti Africa Technology (SAT), Shanti Africa Construction (SAC) and Shanti Africa Facilities Management (SAFM).
To ensure continued relevance, growth, and sustainability well into posterity SAG has refined its strategy to speak to a 300-year plan. Aptly called SAG VISION 300, this strategy simply means that, for us to achieve our growth and profitability objectives, we must concentrate our focus and resources in developing expertise and innovation in niche markets where it will matter the most.
To this end, and because of the synergies between its current operations, SAG recently launched its strategic growth path (SGP) which spells out its strategic focus areas as:
INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT: the planning, design, delivery and control of basic structures, equipment, services, and technology that serve as a foundation for economic activity.
FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: tools and services that support the functionality, safety and sustainability of buildings, grounds infrastructure, real estate, and movable assets.
The pursuit of our Vision 300, underpinned by the SGP, will see the refinement of current operations, and the launch of new subsidiaries, to ensure a more terse value proposition to you, our valued customer, and indeed strengthening of our position as a trusted partner to your business.