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Infinity Works partners with Generation to tackle demand for digital skills


Leading UK digital transformation consultancy Infinity Works has announced an exciting new partnership with global youth employment non-profit organisation, Generation UK & Ireland, to help support unemployed youths and plug the UK digital skills gap.

Building upon its successful in-house data engineering Academy, Infinity Works has worked with Generation to design a unique free 12-week programme that supports young people, who are either unemployed or come from an underprivileged background, start a career in tech.

The course, focused on data engineering, is being delivered remotely and contains an extensive blend of programming and employment training to prepare students for a future role in industry. Using its extensive network, Generation will connect students with employers across the UK struggling to fill entry-level digital roles.

Clement Pickering, Director of Academy at Infinity Works, said: “We’re both proud and excited to be partnering with Generation to help support young people get their first foot on the tech career ladder. During the last 12 months, we’ve seen a growing demand for data skills that enable businesses to build meaningful solutions that unlock value. Tech businesses in the UK have an important role to play in educating and empowering young people so that they have the skills to help bridge the widening UK digital skills gap.”

Michael Houlihan, CEO of Generation, said: “We’re delighted to launch this pioneering Data Engineering programme in partnership with Infinity Works. Infinity Works are a market leader with deep expertise in the field, plus one of a growing list of companies from Leeds making an important contribution to the wider UK tech sector.

“We’re looking forward to helping hundreds, if not thousands, of young people land their dream jobs in the UK tech sector, widening access to these exciting careers to people that may not otherwise have had the opportunity, and addressing the UK digital skills gap all at once. The response from young people, employers, and policy makers has been fantastic, and we’re excited to get going with programmes in London, Manchester, and Birmingham in 2020, and more cities to follow in 2021.”

The data engineering programme is open to people aged 18 to 29 and aren’t currently in education, training, or stable employment. The first cohort included people from the Birmingham area with another programme underway in Central London. The course is also currently open to people from Manchester with more locations planned for the future.

As part of the collaboration, Infinity Works will provide instructors and the technical content, with Generation adding expertise and content around wider professional skills and connecting graduates with employers in the tech sector.

Anyone interested in joining the programme can find out more by visiting: https://uk.generation.org/

According to research from The Resolution Foundation, an additional 600,000 18-24-year-olds could be unemployed this year as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

Infinity Works has trained 55 people through its own Academy and placed them in full-time employment in digital roles.

Infinity Works has offices in Manchester, Leeds, London and Edinburgh

About Infinity Works

Infinity Works is one of the UK’s leading digital transformation consultancies, as recognised by the Financial Times. From tier-one retail to financial services, and in some of the largest digital-led projects in national government, we enable the country’s most recognised brands to digitally transform. With more than 400 highly-skilled people, we consult with our customers on the best way to achieve tech-driven transformation through services including full-stack engineering, cloud, data, and mobile. Learn more at infinityworks.com.

About Generation

Generation is a not-for-profit social enterprise that deliver programmes to recruit, train and place young people into work. Our projects deliver a proven return on investment (ROI) for both employers and young people. Having launching 2015, we have quickly become one of the world’s largest demand led youth employment programme. We have placed 36,000 young people into roles, working with over 2,000 employer partners to date across 12 countries and 26 professions.

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Entia Partners with the NHS to Keep Vulnerable Patients Safe


22nd July 2020 – London. Entia, a Medical technology company who specialise in home monitoring, partner with Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Deploying home monitoring solutions to patients with Chronic Kidney Disease who are currently shielding.

Since necessary lock down measures were put in place at the beginning of March, people living with conditions such as chronic kidney disease have had to minimise routine but necessary testing, due to their vulnerability to COVID-19. This means Healthcare Professionals have had less available information to monitor their patients, important for making optimal treatment decisions and avoiding harm from treatments. If conditions are not monitored as closely in the long-term there is also an increasing risk of poorer health outcomes.

To combat this problem, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust have partnered with Entia, a medical technology company, to deliver 50 home monitoring solutions to vulnerable patients within their area. These devices allow patients with Chronic Kidney Disease living with Anaemia to test their haemoglobin levels from their home, the results will then be reported to their healthcare team monthly. This method of testing will allow those at risk during this pandemic to continue having their condition monitored, allowing treatments to be adjusted and any potential deterioration in health to be detected quickly. All while patients remain safer at
home.

The patients are receiving a Luma device along with regular testing kits, enough for them to test their haemoglobin levels twice a week. Using this information, the Healthcare Professional can plot the progression of their condition and take this into account when prescribing or adjusting medication. This ensures that they’re only invited into the hospital when the benefits outweigh the risks.

Speaking about the collaboration, Professor Bhandari from Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust said ‘“We have been working in collaboration with Entia on Luma to allow many of
our highly vulnerable renal anaemia patients to remain safely at home whilst still optimising their haemoglobin levels. This improves their quality of life, empowers them with their own healthcare and potentially reduces the burden on hospitals. This is the future”

This partnership represents a growth in Entia’s existing relationship with Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Entia and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, with support from government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s industrial strategy challenge fund, were already working together on the development of one of their upcoming home monitoring solutions.

Andy Jones, Medical Manufacturing Challenge Director at Innovate UK/UKRI said “This project is a perfect, real-life example of the unique health infrastructure the UK is building, by funding science innovation, working with the NHS, academia and small business and creating a whole new medicines, medical technology and vaccines industry that can tackle today’s health challenges and those of the future.”

COVID-19 however, resulted in an accelerated deployment of the solution, which was fully supported by Innovate UK. Entia intends to also use this deployment to gather insight and further develop their home monitoring solutions. Now, thanks to further funding from Innovate UK’s COVID-19 response fund, additional NHS partnerships have been made possible.

This is only the beginning of the work Entia have planned to make life-changing health conditions easier to live with, by treating and managing them from home. Entia are also in the late stages of development for a more advanced device, which has been specifically designed to assist people living with cancer.

Entia are engaging similar NHS partnerships in regard to their home monitoring solutions, and welcome any enquiries via their website: enta.co

Entia is a medical technology company focused on advanced home monitoring solutions for people living with life-changing conditions, such as cancer.

Their revolutionary approach to home monitoring allows patients to monitor their conditions from the comfort of their own home, reducing hospital visits and giving them back more control of their lives. Their devices enable Healthcare professionals to monitor patients’ conditions remotely and Healthcare providers to streamline the provision of care, reducing the number of outpatient appointments and optimising the use of their critical resources.

Each solution is purpose-built to improve the treatment of specific health conditions and co-designed with all stakeholders from patient to hospital.

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SmartyAds Partners With Meitu to Establish Traffic-Growing Collaboration


A leading programmatic software developer, SmartyAds has announced a partnership with Meitu, a global leader in photo-video editing. By striking this mutually beneficial traffic-exchange collaboration, both companies plan to expand their existing advertising capacities. This will enable transparent and targeted app monetization and greater mobile ad experience that results in higher revenues for brands.

To date, Meitu applications have been installed on more than 1.1 billion unique devices that gather millions of monthly active users. Meitu specializes in developing advanced AI beauty-themed photo and video applications. With offices located in Japan, Singapore, Brazil, India, Indonesia and the USA, the company also operates as a software and smartphone manufacturer. In 2020, Meitu is considered to be China’s third largest app developer and is featured among the top 10 best in the Apple app store. With this, Meitu’s reach spans over 39 countries, which means that new collaborations will open up a gateway to unprecedented advertising opportunities for in-app media-buyers advertising at SmartyAds.

“We never cease to expand new business horizons, and, this time, we are extremely happy to equip our DSP with new, high-yielding traffic sources delivered by Meitu. Our advertisers will have access to the fastest-growing Asian market of applications that daily attracts myriads of unique users,” says Nikita Plastomak, business development manager at SmartyAds.

Meitu also highly anticipates collaborating with SmartyAds, as it will bring in exquisite app monetization opportunities. Thus, publishers will monetize their inventory programmatically, applying relevant, non-intrusive and engaging mobile ad formats that convert users into customers and retain them within apps. Within the framework of this partnership, Meitu will also buy additional in-app traffic from SmartyAds to diversify opportunities for its direct advertisers who acquire ad placements in Meitu apps.

About SmartyAds

SmartyAds is a leading full-stack developer of programmatic solutions designed to ease and automate the media-trading process for media-buyers and media-sellers worldwide. As a company, SmartyAds always tries to ride the wave of innovation, relentlessly incorporating cutting-edge technologies (like RTB, header bidding, blockchain, CTV, etc.) into the core of their platforms. A proprietary infrastructure, coupled with 8+ years of experience, also allows the company to share experience and offer businesses a technological base for building and capitalizing their own ad solutions.

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vLex Justis partners with Mishcon de Reya to research legal AI


London, — June 2020 — vLex Justis and Mishcon de Reya today announced a collaboration to research the application of artificial intelligence and natural language processing technologies to legal content.

Online publishing has led to an explosion in the availability of case law and legislation. Improved access to primary authorities is good for lawyers and good for their clients, but the sheer volume of content presents unprecedented challenges for anyone seeking to research and navigate the law.

Advanced machine learning and natural language processing technologies offer novel opportunities to tackle the problem. vLex Justis and MDR LAB will be working together to explore how state of the art AI algorithms can be used to add semantic meaning to unstructured, long-form legal texts.

“We’ve been looking for a partner on this for a long time and we’re delighted to begin working with the team at Mishcon de Reya”, says Robin Chesterman, Global Head of Product at vLex Justis. “It’s a perfect fit. We have assembled the largest database of common law material in the world, and Mishcon de Reya have assembled a machine learning team second to none. The vLex Justis mission is to build legal research tools that allow our users to do their best work, and we are proud to continue running at the very edge of what’s possible when you combine technology with raw legal material.”

“We’re passionate about delving into problems that need solving for the benefit of our clients and our business,” says Nick West, Chief Strategy Officer at Mishcon de Reya. “Machine Learning technologies are transforming how lawyers work, enabling them to gather insights from data corpora much quicker and more efficiently than using largely manual historic processes. Working with vLex Justis and their outstanding content and technology, we have the chance to explore together a number of use cases for the application of machine learning to legal text.”

About vLex Justis:

vLex Justis provides access to an exclusive, up-to-date and comprehensive collection of legal information from over 130 jurisdictions. Founded over 30 years ago, vLex Justis continues to support thousands of lawyers, law firms, government departments and law schools around the world. Today, vLex Justis, along with their parent company, vLex, is known for developing technology to disseminate legal information on a global scale, with a team of over 170 lawyers, engineers and editorial experts based in offices around the world who are continually striving to provide up-to-date legal information and industry-leading AI-powered legal technology.

About Mishcon de Reya:

In times of such far-reaching and profound change we want to be the law firm that enables our clients — and our own people — to shape the world’s possibilities.

We are here to help our clients benefit from new economies, new geographic centers of wealth, the new global movement of people and capital, and the impact of new technologies and new knowledge.

Our purpose remains rooted in our founding values. We have always been driven by an entrepreneurial, tenacious and socially conscious spirit: one that has always embraced change in order to stay relevant and shape the future.

From our offices in London and Singapore, we still counsel clients around the world with the same vision, dedication and passion that we set out with. We continue to fight for freedoms, settle disputes, protect assets and grow businesses. We fiercely guard our clients’ interests and appreciate the privilege of sitting alongside them as a trusted advisor.

However, we believe that lawyers must move from the age of instruction to the age of anticipation: to be pro-active, harness the law’s potential and unlock possibilities others do not see, and to champion diversity, innovation and sustainability.

Learn more about vLex Justis

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Singapore Synagie Partners with GroupM to Offer E-Commerce Store Management and Fulfilment Services


– Synagie to offer GroupM’s clients in Southeast Asia end-to-end e-commerce platform store management and fulfilment services.

– The solutions would help brands to quickly set up their online presence and sell across multiple digital platforms across the region.

Singapore,15June2020–Synagie Corporation Ltd. (SGX: V2Y) (“Synagie”, “思腾控股有限公司”, the “Company”, or the “Group”),Southeast Asia’s leading e-commerce enabler, has entered into a commercial partnership with GroupMAsia Pacific Pte Ltd(“GroupM”), the media investment group of WPP, to provide end-to-end e-commerce platform store management and fulfilment services for GroupM’s clientsin the region. It would help these businesses to quickly set up their online presence and sell across multiple digital platforms across Southeast Asia.

Ms Olive Tai, Synagie’s Executive Director, said, “There has been an acceleration in e-commerce adoption around the world, driven by more consumers opting to do their shopping online. Southeast Asia will see a substantial increase in the size of its internet economyas more people connect digitally.Brands can no longer ignore the importance of online commerce. We are thrilled to work with GroupM in helping their clients capture a piece of this lucrative e-commerce pie.”

Chief Operating Officerof GroupM Asia Pacific, Mr Jon Thurlow, commented:“Partnering with Synagie creates greater integration for clients where we can look holistically from omni-channel planning, through campaign execution and consumer experience to delivery and ensuring value is being built at each stage.”  GroupM is the world’s leading media investment company with three of the top fiveglobal media agencies and is responsible for more than US$50 billion in annual media investment through agencies Mindshare, MediaCom, Wavemaker, Essence and m/SIX, as well as the outcomes-driven programmatic audience company, Xaxis.

The partnership will make use of Synagie’s cloud-based platform, powered by artificial intelligence and real-time big data analytics, through which companies can manage their entire e-commerce value chain together, from inventory to warehousing and last mile delivery, from a single, integrated “back-office.” Southeast Asia’s Internet economy is growing at a rapid pace and is expected to grow to $300billion by 2025, driven by the expansion of e-commerce due to fundamental shifts in consumer behavior. E-commerce in Southeast Asia is predicted to reach $153 billion in gross merchandise value by 2025.

Investor Relations and Media Contact:
Email: emily@gem-comm.com

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MIGRATE PARTNERS WITH MAJOR VISUAL ARTISTS TO CREATE REVERSIBLE FACE MASKS FOR CHARITY


https://www.prfire.com/

Project will benefit the Refugee Community Kitchen by raising £10,000, which will supply 15,000 hot meals for the UK’s homeless.

Migrate Art, the art organization fundraising to support displaced and homeless people, has partnered with 10 major contemporary artists and illustrators to create limited editions of re-usable, reversible face masks.

Artists include the creative duo from FriendsWithYou, who have collaborated with Pharell Williams, J. Balvin and Alice + Olivia, as well as British artist Helen Beard, architecture and art polymath Richard Woods, and the king of doodling Jon Burgerman.

An initial set of five masks will be released on Monday June 1st, with a new design released every Monday at 11am for five concecutive weeks.

https://www.prfire.com/

The masks will be sold for £19.99, or as packs of five for £79.99, and be produced with, and support an independent business in the UK, with all profits benefitting Migrate’s charity partners, Refugee Community Kitchen, who have been feeding homeless people in the UK throughout lockdown The campaign aims to raise £10,000 which would allow Refugee Community Kitchen to provide 15,000 meals.

The masks will be available for pre-sale through the Migrate website from Monday June 1st at 11am.

“This pandemic and lockdown has had a serious effect on charity funding, which ultimately negatively impacts the lives of the most vulnerable people in our societies. Refugee Community Kitchen have continued to put themselves at risk and have been out on the streets every week to feed the UK’s homeless- they are some of the unsung heroes of this crisis. When we saw for-profit businesses start to pre-sell face mask designs, we saw an opportunity to raise money for a good cause, and create a beautiful, high quality product with some of our favourite artists. We want to offer a more morally- balanced alternative for people and to put some positivity out into the world during a challenging time”
– Simon Butler, founder, Migrate Art

“Despite the chaos and devastation of the COVID-19 crisis, Refugee Community Kitchen has continued to serve nourishing food to people in need at points throughout the UK. In London and Edinburgh, we are carefully preparing and serving hot meals every week. We also provide food to vulnerable individuals, families, food banks and other food outreach projects. We are deeply committed to addressing food poverty in Northern France and the UK and continue to adapt our systems and procedures in order to best be of service moving forward. We need your support as more and more people feel the crushing impact of COVID-19. The demand for our food service continues to increase as the government scheme to putthe homeless in hotels has ended and more people lose their incomes.”
– Refugee Community Kitchen

“We are always looking for ways to help our fellow human. We feel wearing a mask is the safe and considerate measure to containing this virus, and we wanted people to be able to spread good vibes to themselves and others with our Little Cloud pattern.”
– Sam Borkson, Friends With You art to aid

‘I’m delighted to be building my ‘brick wall’ masks for Migrate Art , I initially worked with them on their Multicolour project last year and have kept up to date with the amazing work they do helping those affected by the ongoing migration crisis’
– Richard Woods, artist

‘It’s a privilege to help, in some small way, an organization such as Refugee Community Kitchen, who have helped many many people and fed millions. Helping and supporting others in need is the positive good-kindof-infectious we should be spreading around these days.’

-Jon Burgerman, artist and illustrator

About Migrate Art:
Migrate Art has raised has raised over £175,000 for their charity partners, which has funded projects that offer food, shelter, education and psychological support to tens of thousands of displaced people in the UK, France, Greece and Iraq. They collaborated by over 30 of the world’s leading artists including Anish Kapoor, Rachel Whiteread, Shepard Fairey, Antony Gormley, Mona Hatoum and many more. Simon Butler founded Migrate Art in 2016 after first visiting the Calais Jungle refugee camp in Northern France, and was later joined by Ian Syer through their mutual desire to use art to improve lives. Simon had previously worked in a number of London’s most prominent contemporary art galleries, including Newport Street Gallery, White Cube and Lazarides, and Ian is the founder of www.myartbroker.com, one of the UK’s leading online art market places.

About Refugee Community Kitchen:
Refugee Community Kitchen serves hot, nourishing meals to displaced people in the UK and France, having supported almost 3 million people since December 2015. Refugee Community Kitchen have delivered almost 3 million meals to homeless and displaced people in the last four years. Their operation started in Calais, but they now feed people across Northern France, throughout the UK and also in parts of Belgium. Although they had to stop their operations in France due to the French lockdown, they re-focused all their energies to feeding people in the UK. During this time when we are all vulnerable, people living on the streets become even more vulnerable. RCK help these exposed people in the most direct way possible- by providing regularly hot meals for anyone that needs them.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
Initial 5 masks,
Monday June 1st 11am:
Kai & Sunny (16.5k followers)@kaiandsunny
Helen Beard (90.8k followers)@helenbeardart
Jon Burgerman (115k followers)@jonburgerman
Miaz Brothers (8.4k followers)@miazbrothers
Richard Woods (10.2k followers)@richardwoodsstudio

Subsequent weekly mask releases (order TBC):
Camille Wahala (153k followers)@camillewahala
Friends With You (134k followers)@friendswithyou
Craig & Karl (68k followers)@craigandkarl
Mike Perry (96k followers)@mikeperrystudio
Philip Colbert (17.7k followers)@philipcolbert
Swoon (148k followers)@swoonstud

@migrateart / www.migrateart.com / #masksformeals / press@migrateart.com

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Booze Up Alcohol Delivery Service Partners with Sipsmith Gin


London UK, Wednesday 27th April 2020 – London’s favourite on-demand delivery service has announced a new partnership with the capital’s leading craft gin brand ‘Sipsmith’. Working together to bring Sipsmith to homes across London, the new partnership will now see Booze Up adding a number of award-winning Sipsmith Gins to the wide range of high-quality spirits available for delivery, in under 30 minutes.

‘Sipsmith Gin is now available within just 30 minutes all across the Capital’

Credited with pioneering the gin boom with its original London Dry Gin, Sipsmith is committed to continually harnessing the passion and talent of its distillers, allowing them to defy the boundaries of what is possible and create delicious high quality, handcrafted gin – in the most unique, innovative and delicious flavours.

The full range of delicately balanced craft gins will be available to order as from Booze Up from Friday 29th May 2020

In addition to the inclusion in Booze Up’s offering, the new partnership is due to coincide with the launch of Sipsmith’s latest limited-edition craft gin creation – Chilli and Lime Gin. Hand crafted using the best quality ingredients, it has been blended and refined to create the perfect zingy spirit with a little added heat, guaranteed to tantalise the taste buds of its sippers. Full of flavour and ready to drink served simply with tonic water, ice and a lime wedge – the Chilli & Lime Gin is also perfect for creating delicious cocktails, including Margaritas and Mojitos, with just a few additional ingredients.

Booze Up founder Ashleigh Fletcher commented: “Sipsmith is a prestigious name in the world of craft gin – ever better, they’re based here in London. We’re thrilled to be working together to complement our alcohol delivery service and boost our range with some of the finest gins available.”

Ashleigh continued: “We currently offer a wide range of big brand spirits and drinks, as well as a number of snacks and other useful essentials, delivered right across London. We deliver to our customers within 30 minutes. However, many of our alcohol deliveries arrive much quicker than this! Our fastest recorded delivery is just 40 seconds from the moment of order, to the point the customer received their ordered products. Our delivery execution is extremely stream-lined, and we are constantly striving to further reduce our delivery times and improve our customer experience. I expect the new Sipsmith partnership will extend our appeal to wider audiences and provide a fantastic platform for the new Sipsmith Chilli and Lime Gin to reach consumers during such unprecedented times.”

To place an order for an alcohol delivery, please visit the official website at https://www.booze-up.com for further details.

About Booze-Up:

Fast, easy and affordable, Booze Up aim to deliver alcohol within 15-35 minutes of an order being placed. Stocking well over 170 products that includes an extensive selection of beers and spirits, same-day wine and champagne delivery, along with an extensive selection of snacks and food – all available for fast delivery across London, Surrey, Kent & Middlesex.

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SongVest Records Partners with Symphonic


SongVest Records (Montclair, New Jersey), the first fan-funded record label, is happy to announce that it has reached an agreement with Symphonic Distribution to be its global distribution platform partner.

Roy D’Souza, President of SongVest Records, states: “We reviewed the landscape of distribution partners and have had conversations with many, and believe we have chosen the perfect partner in Symphonic given their boutique nature and high service culture, while carrying much might and clout in the global marketplace.”

“From our first conversation, we were very impressed with the Symphonic team and their passion for our model. We’ve also witnessed the company continuously establishing great partnerships to continue to build out the service suite for their clients, including leading-edge advancements in social media strategy and licensing. It’s these types of relationships that SongVest Records believes can be most impactful to its artist roster and their teams, as well our company that includes our fan-investors.”

Randall Foster, Vice President Business Development / GM Nashville for Symphonic Distribution states: “We are thrilled to be the exclusive distribution partner for SongVest Records. SongVest’s model is truly a 21st Century, disruptive approach to the modern record label and we are excited to be a part of this growing endeavor.”

About SongVest Records: SongVest Records is a unique independent record label with an entirely new model for the modern music industry. Music fans from around the world have the opportunity to have an ownership interest in our company, help us discover talent and promote the artists on our roster, and get paid royalties based on revenue from sales and streaming. Details are available at our website www.songvestrecords.com. Our next fundraising round will open soon and you can sign up on our website for updates.

About Symphonic: Symphonic is a 100% independent company offering full-service distribution, marketing, royalty collection, and more for record labels, artists, managers, and distributors. Built by artists for artists, the company has offices in Brooklyn, Nashville, Tampa, Denver, and Bogota, Columbia. Complete details on our services, artist roster, partnerships and more are available at our website www.symphonicdistribution.com.

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Servispart Consulting partners with Signifikant to drive aftermarket growth


Servispart Consulting partners with Signifikant, an established provider of digital aftermarket commerce solutions for automotive and industrial manufacturers.

Cheshire, UK, February 18, 2020: Servispart Consulting is pleased to announce it is partnering with Signfikant Svenska AB of Sweden to provide a powerful synergy of aftermarket know-how and digital technology expertise in addressing the needs of the manufacturing aftermarket. The partnership will see the companies collaborating to provide manufacturers with a holistic approach to overcoming their aftermarket challenges through a robust aftermarket technology solution supported by a solid strategy, business change and systems consulting service.

We are excited to be partnering with Signifikant to help more parts and equipment manufacturers unlock their aftermarket digital commerce strategy,” says Adrian Botham, Servispart’s Managing Director. “Our Aftermarket 360TM and Service Growth Accelerator improvement methodologies often highlight e-commerce and e-catalogue/parts information management as key growth enablers, which Signifikant can help our clients to fully exploit with their digital aftermarket platform solutions.”

“Servispart has deep knowledge and expertise within the aftermarket, spanning from process improvement to strategy consulting, from change consulting to IT systems guidance. Through this partnership and along with Servispart, we will now be able to offer aftermarket solutions to manufacturers in the UK. We are excited by this strategic partnership and look forward to supporting each other along the way,” said Mattias Löfstrand, CEO at Signfikant Svenska AB.

Signifikant’s flagship solution offers a state-of-the-art technical data management, e-commerce and e-catalogue platform designed specifically for the automotive and industrial aftermarket. The solution complements the advantages of Servispart’s consulting services designed to accelerate aftermarket growth and improve aftermarket excellence. Together, Servispart and Signifikant offer a winning combination to drive the digital aftermarket transformation of UK and European manufacturers.

About Servispart
Servispart Consulting is a UK-based, independent management consultancy dedicated to the aftermarket needs of manufacturers and distributors of engineered parts and equipment. It delivers servitisation, winning growth strategies and improvements to aftermarket processes, systems, service partners and organisations. More information may be found by visiting: https://www.servispart.co.uk, emailing: info@servispart.co.uk or contacting Adrian Botham on +44 (0)333 305 8475.

About Signifikant
Signifikant Svenska AB is a Sweden-based, independent software and consultancy company specialised in aftermarket information and e-commerce platform solutions for manufacturers looking to enable their aftermarket digital commerce strategy. For more information, visit https://www.signifikant.se/.

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Servispart Consulting
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info@servispart.co.uk

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