Infinetix joins WP Rugby team as official IT supplier

PUBLISHED: June 1, 2020

Infinetix have joined the Western Province Rugby team as official IT supplier, providing valuable technological equipment for use by players and management.

Infinetix have been dominant leaders in the IT industry over the last 12 years, with a national footprint in most major provinces in South Africa. The company specialises in Enterprise Solutions, Platform Integration and Managed Services.

Infinetix is a dynamic and vibrant company with innovative ideas who are in tune with all the latest technology solutions, technical skills and services.

As official IT supplier to Western Province Rugby, Infinetix have provided laptops, backpacks, locks, monitors and external hard drives at the High Performance Centre in Bellville for use by players and management.

DHL Stormers Head Coach John Dobson said that the equipment provided by Infinetix has been invaluable during the nationwide lockdown, with players and coaches relying even more heavily on technology to stay connected from home.

“The timing of this incredible support from Infinetix could not have been better given that we have all been working from home for the last two months.

“Rugby is becoming more reliant on technology as the game evolves, so the new IT equipment from Infinetix allows us to keep up to speed in terms of our analysis and understanding of the game,” he said.

Director of Infinetix David Musikanth said that his company are thrilled to join the Western Province Rugby fold as official IT supplier and look forward to growing the relationship in the future.

“The DHL Stormers’ brand power expands far beyond the reaches of our borders and we are proud to have this opportunity to support them in the coming season. We like to think of ourselves as the 16th player of their squad where remote working and off-field game analysis is critical during these prodigious times.

“We are also looking forward to fantastic new technology opportunities that Infinetix can incorporate into the DHL Stormers’ already powerful playbook going forward,” said Musikanth.