STORY OF ACCACE ADEPT
Accace Adept is the joint venture of Accace and Adept Advisory, established to pursue a long-term strategy of providing innovative BPO services in the area of accounting, payroll and HR administration to our clients in South Africa and globally. We joined forces to access each other’s valuable insight, knowhow and practices, while combining our experience in complementary fields of expertise. We provide high-quality services guaranteed through a set of stringent international requirements and business standards.
Accace was originally established in Central and Eastern Europe in 2006 where it currently ranks among the leading outsourcing and consultancy providers. Accace has vast experience with handling small to large scale, multi-country outsourcing projects and providing a comprehensive range of services to over 2 000 customers. Most of our clients are mid-size and international Fortune 500 companies from various sectors.
Learn more at https://accace.com/
Adept Advisory was established in 2007 in South Africa, where it has built a reputation for servicing the EMEA market with Risk Advisory; Finance & Operations and Digital solutions. The company leverages centers-of-expertise to deliver specialized skills that focus on current industry issues. Currently, Adept provides services to a wide range of the Top 100 JSE Listed Firms and numerous other mid and large size organizations.
Learn more at https://adeptadvisory.co.za/
OUR KEY PEOPLE
Partner | CEO Accace
Managing Director | Adept Advisory
BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
We are a Level-1 B-BBEE Contributor (135%). Adept Advisory (Pty) Ltd is committed to the process of black economic empowerment and is fully supportive of Government’s transformation objectives and initiatives. Adept Advisory’s BEE status has been verified by a SANAS approved BBBEE Verification Agency.
Ditikeni Advisory Holdings has a 25% shareholding in Adept Advisory. Ditikeni is truly broad-based in its black economic empowerment objectives. The group is owned by 22 non-profit organisations serving black communities at grassroots level. The work they do through the non-profit beneficiary organisations directly and indirectly impacts the lives of over 2 million of our country’s poorest and most marginalised citizens.