Happy New Year everyone! We hope you had a great Christmas and New Year.
We would like to wish you a very prosperous 2017 and look forward to working with you once again. Here at Donseed, we have summarised below some of our highlights of 2016.
Interesting projects in 2016
Here are just some of the high profile projects that used Donseed biometrics onsite in 2016:
- Liverpool FC stadium
- Bristol City FC stadium
- Great Ormand street Hospital
- The BBC
- Victoria & Albert Museum
The Android mobile phone App 2016 saw the development of our mobile phone App, which captures an image at sign in/out recording time for up to 5 people per project. We are continuing investment in this area and will have an App solution across all major platforms in 2017. Much of our time and resources in 2016 were spent in software development. As part of our commitment to continuously improve our solutions, we will be investing in 2 more software developers in 2017. This will ensure Donseed remains the leader in biometric solutions for Construction and Engineering.
2016 saw Donseed increase our customer base significantly, with a number of small to medium-sized specialist sub contractors choosing Donseed to help improve their payroll and sub contractor payment processes whilst substantially reducing their costs. We also continue to work with some of the industries biggest names, adding high profile names via our installer partners.
A bit of fun…
The answer to December’s question was B: the tradition of the Christmas tree outside the Rockefeller Centre in New York started in 1931. The winner was: Maureen Devine of Cruden Building & Renewals. Well done Maureen, your vouchers are on their way to you! This month’s question: Emily Roebling supervised the construction of which famous New York landmark?
- A. The Empire State Building
- B. The Statue of Liberty
- C. The Brooklyn Bridge
- D. The Chrysler Building
Donseed make the paper!
Like most of you, we let our hair down and had an excellent Christmas party. With many of the team being based in Tralee, the Donseed team get together in Ireland every year.
For the second year in a row, we have made the Kerry’s Eye newspaper – nothing to do with the amount of drink consumed!