In a statement sent to VerAngola, the company clarifies that the 'Rapid Intervention Computer' was created with the aim of "bringing technology and innovation to business" as well as helping to develop and improve the "Angolan business fabric, and at the same time generate training and employment opportunities for young people in the neighborhoods of Luanda".
Thus, the company advances that it is "developing a job and professional internship exchange, aimed at young people in the neighborhoods, to whom it will train and remunerate as Rapid Intervention IT professionals".
Juvenal Lunguenda, CEO and one of the three mentors of the company, quoted in the statement, considered that "access to technology is a fundamental right".
"Without information, we have no knowledge. And knowledge makes citizens more apt to occupy jobs that require greater skills and more qualified jobs. We believe that democratization, inclusion and digital literacy can improve the quality of life and transform people's reality. ", he added.
About the most recent project, Juvenal Lunguenda explained that it offers simple solutions, without contracts or bureaucracy: "With the Rapid Intervention Computer, Tech by Tech offers tailor-made solutions for each one, in a simple way, without contracts and bureaucracy ".
"We have solutions for all sizes, companies or individuals", he said, adding that "the idea of the Rapid Intervention Computer is to offer a service without bureaucracy or the need for a fixed contract, the client pays for what has been done and does not need to a contractual relationship with Tech By Tech".
In addition, "the service is also uncomplicated, it is done through a WhatsApp line, a call center made up of specialized technicians, young people from the neighborhoods formed by us, thus avoiding dispersion by several interlocutors until reaching the right person", appointed the CEO.
Tech by Tech is dedicated to the creation and sale of technological products and was created by three friends: Juvenal Lunguenda, Cerineu Ginga and Helder Cabonde. The three have known each other since high school, having been consecrated "at the ITEL Technological Fair in the category of social inclusion, with software for the blind and mute, with which they were awarded in Angola, Germany and China".
With more than a decade of international experience, his curriculum includes several projects, such as an intelligent document management system, an application for downloading and streaming music and a health management system for clinics, among others.
Learn more on the company's website.