We believe through collaboration and the sharing of knowledge, that the movement towards a Circular Computing™ environment will be demand driven. There can be no possible reason for those seeking the most sustainable IT without compromise to their reputation, user experience or budgets to not consider this option.
Our discovery workshops bring together previously separate teams and help them unite them behind a common problem…
How can you make a difference by helping your company become more sustainable whilst still meeting the needs of the business?
It’s an interactive discovery session that gives every department the opportunity to voice any ideas or reservations around environmental sustainability.
“...from an employee perspective, the biggest appeal for me is playing my role... there are a lot of staff here that want to do the right thing, they are just looking for the right challenge...” Sustainability Manager, leading UK bank.
Our workshops are specifically designed for innovative and socially responsible organisations looking to create positive social, ethical & environmental impact.
Our aim is that you leave the workshop with the following:
Complete confidence that our hardware can meet your performance, business and security needs
Faith in our commitment to service and quality without having to compromise
Trust in our fully compliant processes
An understanding of how we can work with your existing supply chain partners
Satisfaction that you will recieve an improved Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and excellent value for money
"From a technology sense, I really like this...it meets my technology performance requirements and delivers reasl financial savings for the business"
IT Infrastructure & Procurement Manager
"I really like it as an idea. It meets our goals and I can see the shared value benefits being aligned both internally and externally"
Environmental & Sustainability Delivery Manager
"You've hit the nail on the head for a lot of the challenges that not just an organisation like us faces, but also the industry in general..."