Serge Belamant was born in 1953 in the small town of Tulle located in France. He would then spend most of his childhood there until he reached the age of 14 when he moved to South Africa with his parents. He learned to speak English when he attended Highlands North High School. Serge excelled in sports especially rugby and chess. After completing his high school studies, Serge was enrolled in an engineering course at Witwatersrand University. However, he switched his initial course to undertake a course in computer science and applied mathematics. This was attributed to the fact that he loved solving mathematical problems. Unfortunately, after two years Serge Belamant discontinued his studies to pursue a course in Information Systems through UNISA.
Serge Belamant’s Work Background
With more than 20 years at his disposal, his vast knowledge and experience on biometrics, fields’ operations research, computer science, and artificial intelligence. He co-founded Zilch Technology Limited on July 17th, 2018. Before that, he had worked in various positions for different companies. Serge Belamant served as Managing Director of Net1 Investment holdings from October 1989 to September 1995. During his business service there, he spent a decade working as a computer scientist tasked with the sole responsibility of smooth running of Control Data Corporation. As a result of his dedication, he won numerous international awards. Belamant has a number of patented inventions to his name ranging from game-related ones to biometrics and FTS.
Zilch Technology Limited Expectations
About Serge Belamant company; Zilch Technology Limited seeks to bridge the gap between customers and companies by converting browsers into potential buyers. The company’s headquarters is in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Currently, it has one active director and has been running without any interruptions as from July. Expectations are high for the company given that it is owned by the technological genius Serge Belamant. It is expected that in the next ten years the company would have opened branches in other parts of the world.