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Classically the manufacturing industry needs to balance cost, speed and quality: ‘So which two would you like?’ as the saying goes. Global competition makes this harder and, for any business that exports to or relies on European supply chains, Brexit has introduced extra challenges. Rising costs and skills shortages squeeze profit margins and hamper innovation, whilst an increasing requirement for sustainability in energy usage and waste can also add cost and complexity.
How can technology help?
The starting point is having a manageable infrastructure in place, with consolidated systems, consistent data, and strong cybersecurity.
After that, the world of manufacturing and logistics is full of technological potential – the hard part is the business case. Investing in innovation sounds great, but where are the returns? The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) is a fast-growing market, but the considerable cost of hundreds of sensors, instruments and other devices, and collecting and processing vast amounts of data can’t just be done on faith.
The prize is the chance to know where every component is and how every machine and person is performing. That information can then be used to drive productivity and quality through better maintenance, less downtime and lower stock. That’s a lot of data to collect, integrate and analyse, which needs a consistent approach and a sound base.
As the IoT develops we’re rapidly developing our capabilities alongside it, investing further in our in-house skill set and building more of the right partnerships, so we can address these major issues together.
What we do
Our team has decades of experience in delivering complex, challenging projects that help our clients do business better. We have the right skills and capabilities to work with you as technology evolves, supporting your changing business, delivering tailored IT solutions and adding value as your trusted technology partner.
Underpinning these emerging capabilities, every organisation needs a secure, scalable, sustainable and optimised IT infrastructure, providing the best possible balance of cost and performance.
That’s our stock in trade. First we take away the pain of running the day to day service. And then we advise our customers on how and where technology can help address the most pressing issues, and work with them to implement practical solutions.
The outsourcing of responsibility for cybersecurity is a big trend among our customers. The pace of change is such that only specialist organisations can hope to keep up. Our skills, qualifications and experience are the reason that many of our customers rely entirely on our team to manage the prevention and detection of cyber incidents, as well as recovery when the inevitable happens.
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As problem solvers, we work with all types and sizes of organisation, with a proven record of success across many sectors including public sector, healthcare, finance, manufacturing and not for profit. We look forward to finding out how we can help you too.
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Our people make us what we are. We look for the best and support them with continuous professional development and brilliant benefits. If you want to work with great people on innovative projects in a lively and inclusive culture, we’d like to hear from you.