At your service

The hands that are ready to solve your office automation hiccups, belong to these guys! Our technicians and drivers make sure that you have as little as possible down time.

Diverso’s processes work to give us a heads-up on when your printer/copier/scanner needs attention, therefore, pro-actively, we help your office operate as efficiently as possible. Otherwise our helpful and knowledgeable service department staff will respond to our customers’ service calls in record.

Smooth office automation operations can be like electricity: you don’t even notice it, until load-shedding surprises and upsets you. But then it is too late and chaos breaks out.

Similarly, when your phones, cameras, printers and scanners simply work, you don’t even regard them as important to your business. But as soon as they get stuck or throw errors, you realize just how much RELIABILITY is worth!

You can rely on Diverso!

Want to experience this kind of peace of mind for yourself? Contact for assistance or for a quote on machine rentals and all-in-maintenance contracts.

Diverso Technology (Pty) Ltd

2 Delson Circle
Somerset West Business Park
Somerset West
Western Cape

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