Pepkor IT, a division of JSE-listed retailer Pepkor, says it is continuously growing and seeking talented and skilled individuals to bring positive energy to its culture.
On its website, Pepkor IT said it researches modern technologies and applies best practices to develop a centralized infrastructure that reduces costs and strengthens productivity for the Pepkor global group.
Pepkor is a retailer with 28 million in-store customers and a footprint of 5,400 retail stores.
The company owns stores such as Pep, Ackermans, Shoe City, etc.
Pepkor IT said it was looking for a skills base in the following areas:
- Integration Developer
- Senior Developer
- Senior Java Analyst Developer
- Junior Developer
- Senior Analyst Programmer
- Senior Linux Engineer – (System Administrator)
- Technical Lead – GCP & Google Workspace
- Magento Developer
- Java Analyst Programmer I / II
- Intermediate Oracle ADF Developer
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Google Cloud announced a collaboration with Pepkor Group, one of the largest retailers in Southern Africa. The new collaboration involves Pepkor IT, a division of the Pepkor Group leveraging Google Cloud’s data analytics solutions to transform its in-house logistical processes, enabling the company to help more households across Africa access value-for-money products.
With a consumer base of more than 28 million in-store customers and a footprint of 5,400 retail stores, Pepkor IT’s processes generate massive volumes of data every day. For a retailer that operates at such scale, a deep understanding of the data Pepkor IT generates is critical for it to deliver great experiences for shoppers.
Pepkor IT turned to Google Cloud to leverage data analytics solutions that will help the retailer transform its logistical processes, placing the right product in front of the right customer at the right time. Working with solutions such as BigQuery, Cloud Dataflow, and Data Studio, Pepkor IT is now empowered with the innovative tools it needs to make smart, transformative business decisions everyday.