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General Construction ready for lockdown with Google and Grove

General Construction, a company celebrating 62 years in the construction and engineering industry, has been at the heart of Mauritian construction with some of the most iconic hotels, offices, and buildings forming part of their portfolio. Some of their achievements include the Mauritius Commercial Bank, Le Caudan Waterfront & Le Caudan Arts Center, State Bank, LUX, Beachcomber & Constance Hotels, to name just a few.

Grove - a Google Cloud Partner across Africa for over 10 years - was asked to help General Construction kick off the second phase of adoption of G Suite, one of our leading Cloud Collaboration Tools.

The first phase of adoption of G Suite went very smoothly and the second phase objective is to increase adoption even further. The aim is to use the Chrome browser as the one and only environment for all execution of the business IS services. Grove was chosen to provide training to Heads of Departments and Site Managers prior to the general training of more than 250 other employees.

“As a result of our Cloud-first approach for our business Apps for more than 10 years already, and the adoption of Google cloud services including G Suite 4 years ago, our employees were ready from day 1 of the lockdown with full access to their digital workplace. Grove has been a key player in our journey and on change management aspects", says Jean-Marc Desvaux.

Grove’s Head of Cloud Services & Projects, CJ Oosthuizen, played a critical role in building the confidence of their champion users and was able to improve the levels of understanding and belief in the solutions. The training took place at their beautiful Head Office in Port Louis, Mauritius and CJ had this to say: "It was a great experience to provide G Suite Champion training for the GC Team and they were very much engaged in the training with lots of questions and the willingness to learn".


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