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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PREVENTING OUTAGES


BCL Power have emphasised the importance of maintaining uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems in case of a mains power failure. The infrastructure protection services firm warns


that the absence of UPS and battery maintenance could be catastrophic should your company’s standby power system fail. To ensure risk reduction and the reliability of


your UPS systems and standby batteries in the event of a power failure, BCL Power offers a range of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) maintenance solutions. Each level includes a preventative


maintenance visit, 24/7 technical support and an agreed response to site as standard. Director James Abbey said: “Having a formal standby power services


resiliency program in place will prevent unwanted outages. “Since we, as a society, have developed such a


‘AS A SOCIETY WE HAVE DEVELOPED SUCH A


RELIANCE ON POWER’


reliance on power, businesses have followed suit. Unfortunately, our infrastructure has not been able to keep up with the ever-increasing power demand. “Uninterruptible power supplies provide peace of mind that when the power does go out, your telephones, tills, computers, security systems, servers and any critical equipment, such as what is found in hospitals, stays online without any interruptions.”


For more information about UPS and standby battery services please visit www.bclpower.co.uk or contact us via email at info@bclpower.co.uk


TRANSFORMING YOUR BUSINESS


Business change specialists Sunfish Online have outlined some insights into how organisations can successfully navigate change during the uncertainty of the pandemic. Sunfish Online’s co-founder


COMMS365 TO TACKLE EV CHARGING ISSUES


Comms365 Limited, the innovative network services and IoT infrastructure company, has been announced as a winner of the first phase of the Low Carbon Transport Innovation Challenge. In partnership with Scottish


Enterprise, the Scottish Government has awarded a share of £180,000 to Comms365 to improve charge point accessibility across ChargePlace Scotland electric vehicle charging network. Comms365 will now create a


comprehensive solution to tackle the issue of bay hogging or ‘ICEing’ – where a non-electric vehicle parks in an EV charging bay and blocks the ability to charge, by finding the appropriate wireless network


infrastructure and IoT sensor technologies for deployment in EV bays. In addition, IoT and ChargePoint datasets can be processed to highlight and improve charge point accessibility, aiming to reduce charge point availability anxiety for the consumer. This funding will enable


Comms365 to develop and demonstrate its innovation in response to these challenges, with the intention to extend the project through prototypes and field-testing. Mike van Bunnens (pictured),


Managing Director, Comms365 comments: “Comms365 is thrilled to have won this competition to develop a solution to overcome existing electric vehicle charging


pain points and to greatly improve the user experience. We are grateful to the ChargePlace Scotland network and Scottish Enterprise for the opportunity to play an important role in refining EV accessibility, especially as Scotland and the rest of the UK continues to make great strides to meet the 2050 net-zero emissions target.”


HARNESS THE POWER OF VIDEO


A talented team of video production experts are running a fantastic offer for fellow Chamber members. Video Inn Production, based in Northampton, has launched a new deal for Chamber members to help them harness the power of video.


Managing director Andrew Bentley said: “Business


owners already know the video is incredibly powerful but they often believe the investment is too high. That’s why we’ve launched a new deal to hugely help our fellow Chamber members. “We’re inviting Chamber members to come into our


fully equipped studio armed with a script - or bullet points - and a series of images and they will leave with four professional videos. As part of the special package, Chamber members


will receive support from a helpful technician, professional video camera work, the highest quality microphone, studio quality lighting, green screen and live editing and image processing.


Visit www.videoinn.co.uk, email hello@videoinn.co.uk or call 01604 864868 to book a demo or a special trial


and technology practice lead Satinder Sangha (pictured) has shared his thoughts on how businesses can use change as an opportunity to become stronger, more agile and more profitable. He believes making a


change project succeed relies on three key elements – planning, implementation and handover. Satinder said:


“Transformational or change projects can be some of the most nerve-wracking and stressful times for any business. “The project needs to have


clear goals and measurable outcomes. “It needs fallback plans and


contingencies in case things don’t go to plan and it needs leadership willing to make definitive decisions about the directions taken. “Ensuring the change takes


place is perhaps the most painstaking part of the process, but also the most rewarding: you’re out of the blue-sky stage and into the nitty-gritty of the action. The three C’s are key here:


Communication. Communication. Communication. “Finally, the processes


developed during the planning and implementation phases will be vital for the handover stage, as these will provide the bridge between the two teams.


“Handover is also a time for


reflection. Think about actions you can implement for the next successive change project.”


Visit: www.sunfish.online JUNE/JULY 2021 inbusiness19


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