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Vizier is a Technology Solutions and Advisory provider that offers a wide range of services to clients, from designing, creating and managing IT/Telecoms/Integration to providing full business and technology consulting.
Our team of technology experts, system architects, and project managers, leverage their many years of experience to help organizations take control of the ever increasing pace of change and turn it into a competitive advantage.
Since our inception we have understood that simply delivering technical expertise to our customers was not nearly enough. A commitment to exceptional customer service must go hand in hand with our technical knowledge. We dedicate ourselves to listening to our customers so that we can truly understand their businesses and the goals they are striving to achieve.
Technology is becoming increasingly complex. Vizier commitment is to staying ahead of the technology curve in our core areas of expertise has enabled us to hold a trusted advisor role with our customers. We have built our business on long term relationships and our customer’s trust in our abilities and integrity.
The vizier was the right hand person to the Pharaoh who acted in his behalf. His role was to manage projects (build pyramids and to design, engineer, and construct structures) with the right processes. The vizier advised Pharaoh on business matters to ensured the wealth of Egypt was invested and managed wisely. He managed communications with other nations as well.
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Our guiding principle is the development of a workable and measurable solution
We apply the ‘quick fix’ to a pressing operational problem or difficulty
We work with and through all levels of management, actively promoting collaborative working
After completion of the project we leave clients with a legacy of know-how
Vizier Ankh-haf is considered to be the son of the Egyptian Fourth Dynasty Pharaoh Sneferu and the first known person named as vizier. He played a role in the construction of the Sphinx. His Mastaba tomb, G7510, was the largest in the eastern cemetery at Giza. A painted limestone bust of Ankhhaf discovered in his tomb is considered the work "of a master" of Ancient Egyptian art from the time of the Old Kingdom.
Hemiunu (fl. 2570 BC) is considered the architect of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. He was the son of Nefermaat, a relative of Khufu, the Old Kindom Pharaoh whose pyramid it is. Archaeologists have found references to Hemiunu with titles roughly translated as Master of works and Vizier.
The Great Pyramid of Egypt is the oldest and largest of the three Pyramids in Egypt and is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that survives substantially intact. It is believed the pyramid was built as a tomb for Fourth Dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu and constructed over a 20 year period concluding around 2540 BC. The Great Pyramid was the tallest man-made structure in the world for over 3,800 years.