At Systems Technology, we are firm believers in workplace diversity and equal opportunities, particularly when it comes to promoting women in technology. In fact, our Managing Director is presently the only female business leader in the UK Managed Print Service industry.
The RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF’s leading welfare charity, is raffling a limited edition Aston Martin Vanquish S Red Arrows car.
Celebrating two of the most iconic marques in British history and engineering, Aston Martin Cambridge has commissioned 10 Vanquish S Red Arrows cars as a unique tribute to the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team. They are donating the tenth of these spectacular cars – Red 10 – for this once-in-a-lifetime raffle.
Tickets cost just £20 each and all entries in the raffle will have a chance to win Red 10.
Funds from the raffle will go directly to the RAF Benevolent Fund. The raffle closes on 1 December 2017 and the draw date is on 8 December 2017.
Enter now: https://www.rafbf.org/red10
We are pleased to launch three new animated videos that explain the benefits of our most popular services.
James Spencer, Director at Systems Technology, said, “We know all too well that despite our services being hugely beneficial to organisations of all sizes, the topics themselves can be a little dry. Our ‘little blue men’ are here to inform, entertain and help our visitors understand how we can help their businesses.”
Sponsoring youth football teams is somewhat of a tradition at Systems Technology. In fact, we sponsored our first team back in 1989. Our latest beneficiary is the under 13’s team of Rising Stars Youth FC.
Rising Stars Youth FC was set up in 2014, based in Whitstable, Kent. Since then, the young club has been awarded FA Charter Standard status during its first season and in May 2016 won the prestigious Kent FA McDonald’s Charter Standard Club Award.
Keen to discover how our team is doing, we caught up with its coach, Stuart Watts, who was quietly confident about the team’s chances this season.
(Image: Systems Technology Service Manager, Lee Dennis, Celebrates 25 Years)
1991, what a year. Tim Berners-Lee introduced the human race to the World Wide Web. Bryan Adams had a record-breaking run at #1 with ‘(Everything I Do) I Do IT for You’. And an engineer called Lee Dennis joined a small but ambitious photocopier dealership in Rochester called Systems Technology.
Little did we know that 25 years on we would be celebrating his 25th year at the company – and four of those as Service Manager. From all the team, we wish you huge congratulations, Lee!
We spoke to our London Team Leader, Robert Impey, who was mentored by Lee and knows him best.
It’s Halloween, and our Rochester team were in a frightful mood! Our usually calm team members transformed into an Evil Queen, a Vampiress, a Zombie Cheerleader, a Killer Scarecrow, a Scary Moth, a Frankenmonster, a Skeleton and a Devilish Bat. Our Managing Director, Zana Gradus, joined in the fun too – leading by example in her bewitching outfit.
Join Systems Technology and guests for an evening of dinner jackets, dresses, drinks, dining and dancing, but most importantly donating at The Footprints Ball 2016! Enjoy a sparkling reception, three-course dinner, a half bottle of wine, raffle, auction, and dancing to the amazing Sensation Band…and much more.
Buying a printer, it’s not the most exciting thing in the world. Nevertheless, picking the right size printer for your location is essential, after all, who wants to unbox their new desktop printer to discover it’s the size of a small washing machine?