A root and branch review of the diversity within BT Wholesale and the wider group set the wheels in motion to introduce many new initiatives that encourage positive change.
Before embarking on a diversity and inclusion journey it’s vital to understand what that truly means. Here, Zen Internet HR Director Ayshea Robertson offers practical strategies that provide a D&I blueprint for all organisations.
Committed leaders can make a difference by doubling down on their critical diversity and inclusion (D&I) priorities and backing up their aspirations with solid initiatives and resources.
It’s early days for most channel companies to have executed a strategic reinvention with ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) at the core, but the message is clear – leaders need to quickly establish ESG priorities.
An Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report published last month signalled a red warning for humanity. Extreme climate change means big trouble and an urgent reduction of fossil fuel emissions is the only answer.
The focus on diversity and inclusion is becoming more widespread across the channel and prime movers continue to create initiatives that advance their D&I programmes.
Transparity Solutions has stormed into the premier league of Microsoft partners in short time, fuelled by 80 per cent year-on-year growth.
Antin Infrastructure Partners’ acquisition of Pulsant in July enabled CEO Rob Coupland to capitalise on the shift to hybrid cloud solutions and drive plans to create the UK’s leading edge computing platform.
High transaction values and rising deal volumes, combined with plentiful private equity funding are all positive signs for business leaders in the tech sector considering an exit.
No matter how large, small or long in the tooth, to thrive in today’s fast moving business environment organisations need the flexibility to turn on a sixpence.
Scotland-based Brightsolid wasted no time in harnessing demand for public cloud services and CEO Elaine Maddison is set to extend the MSP’s strong presence in this space south of the border.
North CEO Glen Williams is clear on his direction of travel: To become the leading IoT and private 5G services and solutions provider in the UK.
Convergence Group Managing Director Danny Masters underlines the criticality of strategically aligned business and commercial models.
FluidOne CEO Russell Horton opens up on his current challenges and opportunities.
Look closely at a modern day billing company and you will see a microcosm of the wider market and glimpses beyond the comms sector’s periphery – and PRD Intelligent Billing is no exception.
The big intent of leading channel billing providers is to create a dynamically driven balance between their software R&D and the demands of a fast evolving market.
From UCaaS and CCaaS to security and connectivity, from productivity to staff wellbeing and CSR, industry and the market are now singing from the same song sheet.
According to Richard Roberts, VP Northern Europe, Mitel, the sphere of opportunity driven in large part the new ‘everyday’ will continue to expand.
Securing a competitive edge in today’s fast evolving ICT market calls for a disruptive outlook, fresh thinking, ambition, entrepreneurialism, an innovative edge, energy and agility – all key aspects of a start-up mentality.
Contact centres and their role in the market have been redefined by Covid-19. Here, Martin Taylor, Deputy CEO at Content Guru, explores the evolution of customer and staff engagement.