Welcome to our latest newsletter of 2017…
This year marks 10 years since we started providing biometric time and attendance solutions to the construction sector. We will be celebrating with all of our customers throughout the year.
To kick off our celebrations we have some great new offers on our systems – please email us for details.
Here are just some of the recent projects that are using Donseed biometrics onsite:
- The Copyright Building
- EALC Kilmarnock
- Primark Reading
- Grenadier House
Reaction to government’s housing white paper
The government has outlined plans to intensify house building across the country – including giving local authorities powers to make sure developers make quicker use of planning consent.
Nearly half of UK firms to deploy biometrics within 5 years
83 percent of IT decision makers in the UK predict that their organisations will be password less in five years’ time. Read more.
A bit of fun…
The answer to last month’s question (Emily Roebling supervised the construction of which famous New York landmark?) was C: the Brooklyn Bridge. The winner was: Simon Wilson of Dy-rect Services Ltd. Well done Simon, your vouchers are on their way to you! This month’s question: At its peak, how many construction operatives worked on the Burj Khalifa?
- A. 1500
- B. 5000
- C. 12000
- D. 20000
Meet the team
Each month we introduce you to one of the Donseed team and tell you a little bit more about them. This month meet Michael…
- Name: Michael Murphy
- Time with Donseed: 5 months
- Position: Helpdesk Administrator / Customer Service Agent / Sainsbury’s Account Relationship Administrator
- Main responsibilities: Sainsbury’s Reporting / Technical support (Tablets) / Answering incoming calls
- Where were you born: Tralee
- Favourite Tiple/Drink: Hoegaarden