It may not come as a surprise to you that the average organisational cost of a data breach is £5.5 million. But you may be surprised to learn that it’s not just your company’s PCs and mobile devices that are vulnerable to attacks. In fact, your printers could be a weak link in your technology infrastructure.
In an age where customer service is king, organisations need to be providing the best possible service or products to their customers. Smart leaders know they can achieve this by improving their internal processes and creating more synergy among their employees.
Since Managed Print Solutions (MPS) offer many benefits — increasing employee productivity being just one of them — it’s not surprising that many businesses say their MPS budgets were set to increase last year.
In the calm after the GDPR storm, what’s next for businesses? For the forward-thinking ones, it’s time to go beyond compliance and embrace digital transformation. In this post, Rick Emmines, our Innovation Consultant, explains why GDPR is doing more for forward-thinking businesses he is working with, rather than just driving them to compliance.
We are pleased to announce the recent acquisition of FileHound: a powerful, browser-based electronic document management solution.
Since 2011, FileHound has been used and loved by many of our clients and organisations across the UK, helping them to manage, store and maintain business documents in an efficient and secure way. We have been a core strategic partner of FileHound since its origin, helping customers to optimise the tool and fully benefit from its features. Since it became so popular among our client base, we were excited to seize the opportunity to strengthen the partnership through an acquisition.
FileHound’s electronic document management software fits perfectly into our managed print services portfolio and enhances areas such as business process management with intelligent workflow and automation features. With the combined expertise of their in-house specialists, we have been able to develop and tailor FileHound to the specific needs of our customers, offering bespoke assets which aren’t currently easy to find in the market. In-house specialists have further empowered our business to develop pioneering technology developments, including software solutions for clinical trails in the NHS and an online Housing Association portal for over 10,000 tenants in the UK.
The move helps to position our business as an end-to-end, secure document solutions provider, elevating our 30-years’ success in the market, in an increasingly digital world. “We’re very pleased to add FileHound to our portfolio. We believe it will further enhance our suite of solutions, which help our customers to efficiently manage their documents and support their digital transformation journeys”, says Zana Gradus, our Managing Director.
Simon Thomas, our Head of Innovation, also speaks of his excitement about the move, saying, “With FileHound’s capabilities and System Technology’s experience in the industry, supported by a committed software engineering team, we’ll be bringing many new innovative solutions to our combined customer base.”
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We are proud to welcome Nick Taylor as their new London Sales Manager. Nick joins the team at the company’s new, central London office, taking on the responsibility of growing and leading a sales team. With over 11 years’ experience in the print and copy industry, and a background of working with companies, across all sectors, Nick is bringing a wealth of knowledge to the team. Having previously worked for leading companies, such as Canon and Kyocera, Nick’s intention is to hire and develop some of the industry’s top talent, in order to support Systems Technology’s continual growth.
We’ve been awarded Platinum Partner status in Canon Europe’s new partner program as of July 2018. Platinum status has been awarded to only 12 companies, is Canon’s highest partnership recognition and requires outstanding dedication, healthy business growth and high levels of expertise, stability and focus.
When SharePoint is used effectively as an intranet and collaboration tool, it is an important and effective part of a business’s communication and information ecosystem. However, challenges during planning, installation and ongoing unstructured updates may cause you to miss out on the platform’s full collaborative potential. At Systems Technology, we want to help you understand the benefits of effectively developing an Intranet portal in SharePoint, assist adoption and ensure a robust ongoing development and governance structure is in place.
We will be exhibiting at SITS – the UK’s leading event for service desk and IT support professionals – at West Hall, Olympia London on Tuesday 5th June and Wednesday 6th June 2018. If you’re attending the show, come along and say hello at stand 930. We’re happy to talk to you about all your IT help desk concerns and show you how our services can improve your business.
Systems Technology are delighted to announce that we will be sharing a stand with sponsors Class Technology at the annual Independent Schools Bursars Associations conference (ISBA) 2018. Taking place at the Brighton Centre on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th May, Systems Technology will be exhibiting at Stand 90 and we look forward to meeting with independent bursars, education professionals and fellow exhibitors over the two day event.
Systems Technology are delighted to once again join peers and professionals at Legalex 2018. Taking place at ExCeL London on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd March, Systems Technology will be exhibiting at Stand 230 and we look forward to seeing you once again.