What An Amazing Year, All Thanks To…
I’m breaking cover in this week’s blog post. Usually, you’d get some useful nugget of information or technical tip about Managed File Transfer, however this week as our financial year draws to a close, I want to put on record my thanks to an outstanding year by the whole team at Pro2col.
The expanding team has delivered significant growth, over 55% in each of the past two years, culminating in an impressive year end. Three areas have contributed substantially to the growth; organisations have realised that highly available file transfer systems are critical, moving data to and from the cloud isn’t straight forward and that they need to secure their data exchanges ahead of GDPR, which is just 14 months away!
In this past year, we’ve added some stellar logo’s to our already impressive list of clients, delivering projects for KPMG, Royal Sun Alliance, Williams Lea, Hitachi Rail, United Utilities & Skanska, to name just a few. None of this would have been possible without the expertise of the dedicated team, we’ve developed at Pro2col over the past few years.
We’re in the process of adding to our portfolio with some exciting new products, to better address the secure messaging and enterprise sync and share space. Our objective is to provide the finest portfolio of secure data exchange, collaboration and messaging solutions to UK businesses, with the technical expertise our customers need to ensure smooth delivery and wide end-user adoption.
Further progress is being made on a number of other fronts which include ISO 9001 accreditation, which we’ve nearly completed. In addition, we’ve recently added an experienced Channel/Vendor Manager to help the increasing number of Value Added Resellers and System Integrators that regularly call upon our expertise.
The future looks extremely bright at Pro2col, and I want to put on record my thanks to the team for the excellent work they’ve put in this year. I’m really proud of the progress we’ve made and look forward to the rest of 2017 with great anticipation.