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FEATURE


IAL CELEBRATIONS


ls. It has now expanded into a thriving international business 150th anniversary, Tomorrow’s FM spoke to Sylvain Bodet, of Founder Paul Bodet.


Not having to rely on third-party equipment means that we have control over product updates, both in terms of timescale and being designed meet the needs of our specific customers or industry trends. An example would be the expanded range of apps available on our Kelio Visio X7 Clocking In Terminal following customer feedback. These apps are offered free of charge to all existing terminal owners.


Q Q


How does it feel to know that Bodet has been run by your family for such a long


period of time?


SB: I suppose, for myself, it makes me feel proud to carry on the heritage of Bodet, started so long ago. Whether we’re looking for new potential customers or distributors as we continue to expand, it gives them the security to know that we’re a brand that can be trusted and relied on. Any company surviving for so long can only do so with satisfied customers, so that is a constant focus, which in turn instils confidence in new businesses. That’s a great history to be part of.


How do you think Paul Bodet, the original founder of the company, would


feel today knowing that what began as a tower clock restoration company is now recognised in over 35 countries worldwide?


SB: I think he would be amazed at how far technology has come in those 150 years, but mainly I like to think he would be proud: proud that we still exist, proud that we


have been able to move with the times, and proud that the core idea of what he started is still present in the company today in the form of our Synchronised Clock Systems.


Q


What’s next for Bodet? Where will the company be heading over the


next few years?


SB: Well, as part of our long-term planning, we have an ambitious set of goals in place for 2020. As part of these, we will be looking to push our annual turnover even higher than the €87m recorded last year. In the short-term, we look forward to launching the third iteration of our Time & Attendance Software later this year, combining customer feedback and internal research into the very latest cutting-edge solution.


www.bodet.co.uk “We have inherited


certain skills which have allowed us to weather the storms of the last century and a half.”


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