Bioquell are world leaders in providing bio-decontamination systems and services using specialist hydrogen peroxide vapour bio-decontamination equipment in the pharmaceutical, life sciences, and healthcare sectors. Their unique Hydrogen Peroxide Vapour decontamination technology has been used across the globe to eradicate problematic bacteria, viruses and fungi, throughout a wide range of applications. The company’s systems provide […]
Macroart are a print company with premises in London and Abbotsley, Cambridgeshire. Their retail team manage the brand identities of some of the high street’s biggest names and they also build, project manage and install exhibition stands worldwide, bringing systems and solutions together to generate the maximum impact. Macroart employs around 110 members of staff […]
EDS is a professional IT/IS services company helping clients manage the business and technology complexities of today's digital economy. EDS takes a holistic view of IT provision, addressing requirement definition and specification, technology conversion, procurement, implementation and operation, to provide a complete and successful solution. They currently operate such a service at the Delphi factory in Luton, as well as many other sites around the country.
KDM Events provide high quality Corporate Entertainment, Team Building Events, Activity and Away Days, After Dinner Entertainment, Company Party Nights and Themed Evenings. Every KDM event is delivered by their own full-time professional staff using KDM's own equipment. Established in 1990, they have about 20,000 square feet of offices, workshops and warehousing in High Wycombe and Staffordshire, and currently run around 1,400 events annually throughout the UK.
Hallmark Consumer Services, based in Melton Mowbray in the heart of Leicestershire, is a private company, has a 25,000 sq. ft modern racked warehouse, call centre and office facilities all coordinated from one site. The factory employs around 50 office and warehouse staff at this site. "The warehouse staff are paid weekly and the office and call staff are paid monthly. Originally the warehouse staff completed manual timesheets which were processed weekly. Very labour intensive!" Said Philip Hall.
Océ have installed a Tensor Access Control and Time & Attendance system at their new prestigious UK head office in Brentwood, Essex. The new HQ houses around 250 employees including head office personnel and sales who service the 8 other Océ sites around the country. Personnel Director, Graham Dowling, was in charge of finding a system which would not only control access throughout their head office but would also record employee timekeeping.
Safeclean part of the multinational Valspar Corporation with a 2.25 billion turnover and 8,000 staff worldwide wanted a system for the Time and Attendance and access control for their modern headquarters in Abingdon near Oxford which has around 70 employees.
Maidments Solicitors is a firm of solicitors comprising around 100 staff at 6 locations in the UK. During June 2003, IT Manager, Andy Sanders investigated the possibility of installing a Time and Attendance system to record attendance and to monitor movements between the offices and the Courts and also to monitor and control expenses. He looked at the products from three companies, two of which he considered to be significantly inferior to the one he finally chose Tensor plc.
Libra Holidays is a Tour Operator for Package Holidays to the Western Mediterranean and pride themselves in providing peace of mind for their customers backed by the financial protection administered by the Civil Aviation Authority and ABTA approval. They employ around 100 people at their offices in New Barnet, Hertforshre. In mid 2004 Managing Director, Matthew Wallace, wanted to replace his manual system of recording staff hours and at the same time provide an HR database for the company.
Albion Design & Fabrication design and manufacture display/queuing systems using barriers and audiovisual support methods at their Sandy site in Bedfordshire. Managing Director, Richard Osborne and Financial Controller, Peter Brown, first thought about installing a new Time & Attendance system during November 2003. Their main aims and objectives were a more flexible working ethic for their employees, better HR management and from a Health and Safety point of view a Fire Roll Call system. They also wanted to improve the existing procedure of Job Costing.