Portuguese company invests in providing document management services in Angola

22 May 2013

TBFiles, a Portuguese company specialised in creating integrated solutions for document management, expects to invest 1 million euros in setting itself up in the Angolan market this year, said the managing director of the company, Cláudia Santos.

Cited by Angolan weekly newspaper Expansão, Santos also said that the figure mentioned would be used to buy equipment, for recruitment and to train human resources as well as for renting a property to set up a logistics centre.

At the moment, Santos said, “we already have an operational centre covering about 1,500 square metres in the Viana area of Luanda, and we have already hired nine people as well as the three experienced professionals that have been brought in from Portugal to prepare for the launch,” and “consolidating the company in the market is the main aim in the short term.”

Angola is the second African country where the company operates. TBFiles was founded 10 years ago and has operated in Mozambique for seven years and has also been present in the Romanian market since 2008.

TBFiles organises documents, stores and manages archives, scans documents and manages digital archives, as well as managing automatic document backups. (macauhub)