Kenya ranks among the leading countries in ICT developments. A lot of firms have settled in the country leading to a vibrant technology system.
Below is a list of some of the top ICT companies in Kenya.
Techno Brain is Africa’s leading custom software application provider. Techno Brain offers innovative software solutions to Government, NGO, and large private organizations.
It has its operations in Kenya, UAE, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Uganda, UK, USA, Zambia and Zimbabwe, Techno Brain provides custom software application, IT Products, BPO / ITES and IT Training to clients across the globe.
Eldama Technologies Ltd
Eldama Technologies Ltd is a Cloud services provider in Kenya. It is a leading Microsoft Silver Partner for Cloud Platform, Cloud Productivity & Small Mid-Market Cloud Solutions. It is also a Value Added Distributor of Technology Products and Services in Kenya and the greater East African Region. Eldama Technologies is also a distributor for Cambium Networks, a leading Carrier Class wireless network provider. It has further diversified its services as a distributor for Telco Systems, a Carrier Ethernet Fibre Network equipment manufacturer.
Lafont Innovation LLC
Lafont Innovations provides invaluable technology-based business concepts for purposes of execution by third-parties. It equally ventures into developing its UI/UX design; software, website, pen-testing, and mobile application development.
Ihub is a community of developers, innovators, and business people. It supports innovations with a network of mentors, investors and business coaches. It encourages entrepreneurship and research to nurture ICT programs.
Seacom is a leading pan-African Internet and connectivity service provider, it offers now offer direct connections from its East Africa network to public cloud networks and data centres in South Africa.
SEACOM’s offering, available to business customers, delivers direct, high-speed, dedicated and secure connectivity to the Microsoft data centres via resilient network connections from Kenya to South Africa. The SEACOM subsea cable, which connects Kenya to South Africa, offers a fibre express route that carries Terabytes of capacity with speeds from as low as 50 Mbps up to 10 Gbps.