Mick’s Insight

It’s early January and I’m reflecting on our achievements in 2016.

Many of you will have read about in our eNEWZ throughout the year. New contracts, awards, new technologies, our biggest graduate and apprentice intake ever, bigger premises, system improvements.. the list goes on.

Towards the end of 2016 we were early adopters of “Workplace” (basically Facebook for work) which is already proving to be a great success. The introduction of Workplace means that eNEWZ is no longer as important for internal communications, however we have decided to continue to publish a slightly revised version on a quarterly basis to keep our friends on the outside of the business informed. I do hope that you will continue to subscribe.

I recently announced changes to our Board of Directors: with Shannon Neyland joining the Board as Service Director and that Bill Oliver will be stepping down. Bill has been a massively valued friend and colleague for over a decade and we will all miss him very much.

We are planning to have a leaving “get together” at lunchtime on Tuesday 31st January at our office in Cambridge. We would welcome all customers/colleagues/friends who are able to make it. If you would like to attend please let luke.stanbridge@z-tech.co.uk know in advance so that he can bake the right amount of sausage rolls (and he will let you know when to turn up!).

Wishing you all a fantastic start to 2017.



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