While they hope to make reliability a landmark feature of the company, growth in terms of value and wealth is also on the corporate agenda for the future, preferably in the next ten years. The ultimate aim, says the management, is to be a public listed company.
Growth that is sudden and too fast will, says the company, cause an organisation to lose its competitive edge, but planned, sustained and steady growth often proves to be the better path, removing the possibility of any ‘tilt.’
But growth has its rewards, such as recognition: the company is the proud recipient of several awards, such as three Cisco sales awards for three consecutive years as well as several entrepreneurial awards.
Awards are the cherry on the cake, as APTS’ management believes that a key milestone for the company was making the right decision to commence the business at the right moment.
Serendipity aside, the management also believes that an SME can succeed beyond the markets they operate in, as long as there is a vision and a steadfast plan.