The Art Of Properly Engineered Solutions
We've got all the bases covered ...
When asked for generic fire, security and infrastructure solutions by our customers, we always offer them a properly engineered solution rather than something in a box, off the shelf ...
Whatever the size of your project, Picaw will always offer you a properly engineered solution!
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This has stood us in good stead with our growing customer base over the years. We'd start working with one office, branch or outlet and expand into others as our customer's own success helped them grow into multiple locations.
You see, one manager would discover the quality of our work with one of their colleagues and, after realising it's exactly what they also needed, would come to us for a similar solution for them.
The most expensive solutions, or the cheapest ones, are not always the most economic or environmentally friendly for our customers, so we always ensure we give them the right package, at the right price, with the right maintenance and support options included.
At Picaw, we've always said that system integration can often give operational benefits and save on the overall cost of ownership. A simple system, tailored to the customer's operation can save time and worry for what is a non-core function of the business.
And don't forget that compliance with legislation and other stakeholders including insurance, health and safety and individual privacy must be considered when specifying systems.
"At Picaw, we'll do all that for you!"
We've got all the bases covered for you, regardless of the size or complexity of the project, so do call us on 0845 287 3622 or click here to send over an email enquiry and let's see how we can help you.
Until next time ...
While working with Volvo in the late 70’s I realised the way forward in international component distribution was computing. I created a company distributing components for several international manufacturers using the 'new' computers of the day. I quickly realised we needed our own programs so started writing distribution software. I grew the company by developing the software until I eventually sold my shares 20 years later, but retaining the rights to the software. I continued developing the software and supplied it to several similar companies where the software is still used today.
During 1999, I was asked by a friend to develop a facility to video the live sea conditions on the south coast accessible on the internet. Working with a Linux software developer I created our first remote video application. The internet boom of 2000 allowed me to develop a commercial application forming the basis of our systems today.