About Us

About Us

SuproNet was established in 2001 to provide a one stop service with respect to the design, development, hosting, maintenance, update and marketing of websites for smaller organisations and to help them to utilise their web presence as best as possible.

SuproNet believes that smaller businesses can be served best by providing a one stop service of high quality at competitive prices. We believe that a simple, affordable website should still be professional and of high quality. The content and functions of the website should be designed specifically for the nature and circumstances of the website owner and their target market. This approach also applies to the development of websites for larger organisations.

The service SuproNet provides is built on an understanding of the needs of businesses, specifically the restrictions small businesses operate under, and our in-depth knowledge of the Internet. Although we get excited about new technology, we do not use it just because we can. We believe technology should be used to satisfy a need and do not look for problems to fit the technology.

We are very concerned with quality. Although we gladly use subcontractors, we will not outsource work if it will result in a lower quality product for our clients.

SuproNet is a division of SUPROKON Management Services that was founded in 1990 and has been involved in the IT industry since 1994.

Although we did not actively market our services as web designers before 2001 (when SuproNet was established), we did develop a few websites on request. We have been developing websites since 1997 and have grown with the use of the Internet in South Africa.

As a business in Centurion, we focus on the surrounding areas where it is easier to deliver a personal service. However, we can deliver services to any client in South Africa or in other countries.

Your one-stop solution for graphic design, websites and other marketing.

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