EXPLORE

Unleashing talent with AI, data and cloud into the world

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What We Do

We source and train raw talent across Africa and then
deploy this talent to build intelligent software

Our Academy finds stars and helps
them shine

At our core is EXPLORE Data Science Academy, which allows us to identify, recruit and train the best data scientists / engineers across Africa.

We’re proud of the 1,000s of students we’ve offered life-changing experiences for, helping them land high-paying tech jobs.

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We deliver
Data-Science-as-a-Service to help you make better decisions

We have a privileged view of the best talent on the continent and can source the best into our Development arm

With this large pool of world-class Scientists and Engineers we can deploy them offshore at unbeatable prices

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We’re experts at
intelligent machines

We mobilise our Scientists and Engineers around thorny problems where we think we can move the needle.

We work in the Utilities sector to deliver smart digital platforms that help companies deliver their services more reliably.

We also work across the Insurance Industry to enable Insurers to underwrite, manage and monitor their risks more intelligently

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Unleashing amazing
talent into the world.

We’re on a mission to find talent - often excluded and marginalised - and empower them with the power of AI, data and cloud so that they can change the world for the better

We then mobilise these large pools of talented EXPLORERS to deliver the latest advances in AI, data and cloud remotely to anywhere in the world offering world class outcomes at unbeatable cost.

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Technology saves the world

Permanently divorcing physical location from economic opportunity gives us a real shot at radically expanding the number of good jobs in the world while also dramatically improving quality of life for millions, or billions, of people. We may, at long last, shatter the geographic lottery, opening up opportunity to countless people who weren’t lucky enough to be born in the right place.

Marc Andreesen, 2021