"It's really difficult to win work when you are a small firm," says Mr Mogotsi. "We have to compete with multinationals, and potential clients tend to want to go for these tried and tested big IT firms, especially when the economic backdrop in South Africa is uncertain."
"My belief is if you're able to improve the batter's skill level, you're able to improve your team's chances of winning," says Mr Moodley. "So the impact of our work will be very big within the space of cricket."
But in the meantime his focus is trying to help the next generation of South African cricketers. "I want to keep it local and try to help our team," he says.