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Brickendon’s DevOps expertise has been recognised in the DevOps industry awards, with finalist nominations in two categories. This is the third consecutive year Brickendon has been nominated.
We are excited to be showcasing our expertise at digitech19 in Manchester in November. Come and see us at the event to see what we’ve done for our clients, including saving a large global bank nearly $20m a year with our DevOps methodology, and what we could do for you.
Brickendon’s aim is to disrupt the market with the latest machine learning, automation, data analytics advisory and programme delivery. We do this quickly and efficiently, saving out clients time, money and eliminating risk. Read on to see our latest flyer highlighting some of our specialisms and see how we can help your business thrive in today’s increasingly competitive market.
We already saved one of the world’s largest banks $20m a year by implementing a global DevOps programme. Come and see us at the Cloud & DevOps world summit to find out how much our award-nominated experts could save you.
Information Age showcases Brickendon’s DevOps expertise with a case study which saved a global bank $20m a year. Read on to find out about the real benefits of a successful DevOps programme.
Divisive practice of hot desking heightens employee stress, Consultancy.uk reviews Brickendon’s research
Hot desking is a hot topic. Done correctly it has the potential to save employers millions and significantly improve the mental health of their employees. Consultancy UK looks at the issue of hot desking and analyses Brickendon’s latest research to highlight the challenges and benefits associated with offering employees increased flexibility in their working environment.
Is your office setup affecting your mental wellbeing? Open Access Government highlights Brickendon research
Office setup can impact mental wellbeing With record unemployment and high employee mobility, organisations are coming under increasing pressure to provide additional benefits in order to attract the best workers. Flexible working, including the option to...
80% of UK office workers feel office seating affects their mental wellbeing; Brickendon research features in Global Banking & Finance Review
New figures show that 80% of office workers feel office seating arrangements affects their mental wellbeing. Global Banking & Finance Review take a closer look at the figures and highlight what can be done to address the issue.