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Friday 12 August 2022

*UKHotViews Extra* Capita’s latest scaling partner WithYouWithMe has a vision to change 15,000 Futures

WYWMIt’s now over four years since we first started following Capita Scaling Partner (CSP) – Capita’s scale-up development unit – click here and read back. Since it was first set up, CSP has consistently partnered with both interesting and dynamic start-ups and scale-ups – you can read our profiles of both Distributed and Dragonfly which are both great examples. CSP’s latest partner is no exception – WithYouWithMe is an Australian-headquartered workforce technology platform provider focused on helping armed forces veterans and other overlooked groups find employment (particularly in the tech sector) through aptitude testing and digital skills training.

WithYouWithMe (WYWM)

WYWM was founded in Sydney back in 2015 by three university friends, two of whom served in the military. The business aims to help organisations fill their “digital skills gap” and has grown successfully in its domestic market having been labelled Asia Pacific’s “fastest-growing tech company” (Deloitte Technology Fast 50) and is now looking to expand internationally in other English-speaking jurisdictions.

WYWM is firmly in the “profit with purpose” camp with an offer targeted to a range of groups often underrepresented in the jobs market including military veterans, refugees, or those with neurodiverse backgrounds. The company is also aiming to introduce more women to the male-dominated tech industry. 

The aim is to introduce individuals from these groups to opportunities in well-paid employment particularly in the digital/tech field by providing access via the company’s ‘Potential’ tech platform. The software provides aptitude and psychometric testing (designed to help move the recruitment process away from CV-based experience-led approaches) to match candidates with a range of digital roles. The firm then provides free training – accredited through the likes of GCHQ – to help candidates win placements with large employers (20,000+ claimed to date). Training ranges from entry-level right up to advanced courses across ten of the most in-demand digital careers, including data analytics, software development and cyber security. WYWM claims that if an individual has the aptitude and attitude that’s right for a digital career, it can train them to be proficient in under 100 hours.

TechMarketView subscription service clients and UKHotViews Premium subscribers can read more on UKHotViews Extra.

Posted by: Marc Hardwick at 11:14

Tags: defence   digital+skills  

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Friday 12 August 2022

HCL launches VMware business unit

hclHCL Technologies has launched a dedicated VMware business unit for multi-cloud and app modernisation

The unit will combine HCL’s CloudSMART framework and VMware’s Cross-Cloud services to help their joint customers speed up and scale out cloud operations.

The unit is part of HCL’s Strategic Alliance Partner Ecosystem and will help customers “pursue the path of digital dominance”. In November of last year, HCL announced its new AWS business unit, which is taking a vertical-first approach, specifically in Financial Services, Telco, and Energy & Utilities.

As we outlined in our Market Readiness Index report for tech buyers, HCL’s work to initiate a proactive and systematic approach to its ecosystem of partners has produced dividends. The moves to deepen its partnerships with VMware and AWS further demonstrate the importance HCL attaches to the ongoing develop of its ecosystems.

Posted by: Kate Hanaghan at 09:30

Tags: partnerships  

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Friday 12 August 2022

*NEW RESEARCH* Business Process Services Supplier Ranking

The Business Process Services market remains cyclical, strongly impacted by macro trends and developments. Some of these factors have been supportive of an outsourced model of delivery, notably skills and labour shortages with client organisations struggling to scale as they recover from the impact of the pandemic.

BPS OpsThe labour and skills ‘pinch’ in particular, has become a driver for outsourcing at a time when many organisations are re-examining their operating models, looking to invest in digital transformation initiatives. The use of third parties remains critical to driving through such change and the most digitally able BPS providers have certainly benefited. Changing working patterns and increased use of data, analytics and automation as operations look to become both more intelligent and resilient, have also benefited BPS providers.

Subscribers to TechSectorViews can read the full analysis of who's hot and who's not, and why, in our new UK Operations: BPS Supplier Rankings report

The largest BPS operations players experienced a bounce back from COVID in 2021 with the ‘Top Twenty’ largest suppliers growing by an aggregate of 8.4%, having declined by -2.8% the previous year. Whilst headwinds such as contract attrition, insourcing, service decoupling and price competition all still exist, BPS suppliers have benefited from investment targeted towards digitising client operations, an increasing shift towards supporting revenue enhancement and the deployment of a new generation of services expanding the scope of BPS offerings.

TechSectorViews subscribers can download the report here. For information about how to access this report and find out about our other content and services please drop Deb Seth an email.

Posted by: Marc Hardwick at 09:21

Tags: newresearch   operations   ranking  

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Friday 12 August 2022

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Thursday 11 August 2022

Stay up to date with the latest Cybersecurity news

Cyber threats continue to become more sophisticated, multiple industries are at a heightened risk due to an expanding attack surface and many UK organisations find themselves struggling to keep up with the pace of changing threats, such as double extortion ransomware tactics and attacks targeting Operational technologies.CyberViews Q2

Our CyberViews report is a new format we are trialling to bring together the many disparate pieces of news and data from across the market over the past few months, and provide useful insight into the current market trends and cyber threats.

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This quarter we are looking at the continuing threat of Ransomware, the changes to cyber threat actors Lockbit and Conti, and a focus on the industrial sector which remains the prime target for cyberattacks. It also includes a roundup of significant publicly announced cyber-attacks from around the globe.

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Posted by: Simon Baxter at 14:48

Tags: cybersecurity  

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Thursday 11 August 2022

Babylon terminates two NHS contracts as Q2 earnings disappoint

Babylon logoShares in Bablyon Holdings hit a new 52-week low on Wednesday, trading down over 90% on the year at 84 cents, as Q2 earnings for the London-headquartered, NYSE-listed health business missed forecasts.

Although Babylon’s Q2 revenue was 4.6 times higher than the year-ago quarter at $265m, it was down slightly on Q1 (£266m) and losses deepened. The IFRS loss for Q2 stood at $157m, a margin of -59%, compared to a loss of $91m in the prior quarter and a $65m loss in Q2 ‘21.

The results come shortly after it was revealed that at least two NHS contracts with Babylon are to end early ‘by mutual agreement’. Both University Hospitals Birmingham and Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trusts have confirmed their contracts with the controversial supplier are due to end this year, the latter just two years into a ten-year partnership.

The contracts are ‘small’ - not the significant primary care contracts - and were not making a significant contribution to margins or revenue, according to Babylon’s CEO, Dr Ali Parsa. Speaking on the analyst call, he said “Therefore we saw them as a distraction and terminated those contracts.” 

We understand that both Trusts were using Babylon’s Symptom Checker app under the contracts, which Babylon has now said is being decommissioned this year in light of the NHS’ long-term commitment to embed NHS 111 as the first point of call for all patients with urgent and emergency care needs.

Babylon, which listed in the US via a SPAC last year, has been hit hard by the rising cost of capital and its falling share price. As a result, it has belatedly decided to focus on profitability, announcing a $100m cost-cutting exercise with a view to achieving adjusted EBITDA and cash flow breakeven no later than 2025. 

The strategic emphasis now seems firmly on growing in the US market. We wouldn’t be surprised to see other NHS contracts curtailed in the quest for profitability and expect the supplier to be much more cautious about future primary care deals too. As Parsa made clear on the earnings call: “Going forward, what you will see is our focus on contracts that are more in line with our goal of accelerating our profitability. And we will try to avoid contracts that do not get us [there] at the speed that we require them to.”

Posted by: Tola Sargeant at 10:29

Tags: results   nhs   contract   digitalhealth  

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Thursday 11 August 2022

University of Lincoln upgrades with TechnologyOne

TechnologyOneThe University of Lincoln has announced plans to upgrade its student experience with enterprise software provider TechnologyOne’s Student Management System. 

Upgrading its student management system is part of a strategic plan by the education provider to transform its wider student experience as it looks to grow its offer both within the UK and internationally. The University of Lincoln has been working with TechnologyOne for some time having used its Finance system for over five years and its Student Admissions system since 2019.

TechnologyOne has a large footprint in higher education institutions across Australia and New Zealand having worked on enhancing operations and student experience for over 30 years in those markets. The University of Lincoln is the first UK institution to use its Student Management System as the ASX-listed software provider continues to land and expand in the UK.

My colleague Dale Peters caught up recently with Leo Hanna, Executive Vice President at TechnologyOne and head of the firms UK operations. Subscribers can read more about the firm’s progress and plans for the UK market here - TechnologyOne committed to the UK.

Posted by: Marc Hardwick at 09:00

Tags: contract   higher+education  

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Thursday 11 August 2022

CyberArk growth continues to accelerate

CyberArkPrivileged access management (PAM) security provider CyberArk reported strong revenue growth for Q2 driven by continued robust demand for their SaaS Identity security solutions and industry tailwinds.

Total revenue was USD $142m in Q2 2022, up 21% from $117m in Q2 2021. This followed strong yoy growth of 13% in Q1 2022. Subscription revenue was $66m, a yoy increase of 144%. Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) was $465m growing 48% yoy, with 133% yoy growth in Subscription ARR. Maintenance and professional services revenue was $65m in Q2 compared to $63m in Q2 2021. CyberArk posted an operating loss of $(42m) and net loss of $(37.6m). During the first six months of 2022, the Company generated $10.7m in net cash.

Geographically, EMEA (which includes the UK) accounted for 31% of revenue in Q2 2022, with Banking and Financial their largest vertical segment with 20% of bookings in Q2. CyberArk added a strong number of new logos, signing nearly 250 customers during Q2 as well as increased velocity in add on’s and cross sell activity. They now have over 1000 customers with >$100k ARR.

For Q3 Total revenue is expected to be in the range of $147m to $153m with FY22 revenue of between $589m to $601m. ARR as of December 31, 2022 is expected to be in the range of $543m to $549m, representing growth of 38-40% yoy.

Identity security providers continue to see strong growth powered by the expansion of remote working, cloud-based applications and more sophisticated cyber threats. Zero trust principles and privileged access management are becoming ever more important to secure systems and data, and ensure that employees, partners and suppliers only have access to the data and applications they need and nothing more, preventing cyber threat actors from easily moving laterally across networks and accessing sensitive information.

Posted by: Simon Baxter at 08:57

Tags: cybersecurity  

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Thursday 11 August 2022

Patchwork Health raises £20m 'to tackle NHS staffing crisis'

Patchwork logoScaleup Patchwork Health, a healthcare workforce platform provider founder by two NHS medics in 2016, has raised £20m in Series B funding. The funding will help Patchwork scale and reach more customers with its software, which helps to tackle the healthcare staffing crisis. The round was led by Perwyn and also backed by Praetura VenturesKHP Ventures and angel investors, including Monzo founder Tom Blomfield and Social Chain co-founder Dominic McGregor.

Patchwork’s mission is to give doctors and nurses access to flexible work and more sustainable careers, whilst helping drive up retention and saving hospitals money on emergency staffing. Its platform allows NHS teams to manage their permanent and temporary workforce more effectively, including teaming up with others in their region to create ‘collaborative staff banks’ and enabling the personal preferences of permanent healthcare staff to be factored into their rostering. 

Patchwork’s offering isn’t unique – longstanding NHS supplier Allocate Software, which was acquired by RLDatix in June last year, does much the same – but there is room in the market for more than one supplier and 'e-rostering' remains a priority in the NHS as it strives to improve workforce resilience. Patchwork already claims to be partnering with 'over 100 NHS sites' in the UK and we can expect to see more of the SME as it scales. Patchwork, which now has a team of more than a 100, has said it will use the investment to strengthen its customer-facing teams, develop new products and features, and expand its customer base both in the UK and internationally.

Posted by: Tola Sargeant at 08:36

Tags: funding   software   healthcare   hcm  

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Thursday 11 August 2022

BT takes the nuclear option

BTBT Group has won a 5-year contract with Sellafield Ltd worth £32m. The network services deal will see the telecoms giant take over responsibility for the nuclear decommissioning company’s network across all its UK sites

Network provision will incorporate Wi-Fi, a unified communications programme to consolidate collaboration tools such as MS Teams and Skype, and in-built security to enable the handling and processing of sensitive data. BT will also be responsible for updates and upgrades to current equipment.

As part of the deal, BT has agreed to invest £2m into the community of West Cumbria to help tackle deprivation and inequality in the local area. This funding will take the form of “social value” initiatives in support of Sellafield’s “social impact multiplied” strategy. Sellafield employs around 11k people at the nuclear site and its offices in the North West.

The deal is welcome news for BT’s Enterprise segment. The business unit, which contains the majority of BT’s UK corporate clients, suffered a 7% decline in Q1 with revenue down £87m to £1.2bn.  Meanwhile around 40k BT staff recently walked out in pursuit of a 10% pay rise with the strike marking the first major industrial action at the company in more than 30 years (see: BT staff grow restless).

Posted by: Jon C Davies at 08:01

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Thursday 11 August 2022

*NEW RESEARCH* UK Application Operations Supplier Rankings 2022

Our UK Application Operations Supplier Ranking report for 2022 is now available by clicking here. It features the UK Top 20 UK Application Operations suppliers ranking, by revenue.

The Application Operations (AO) market recovered quickly from the decline in 2020 to post 5.9% yoy growth and liftCover UK sales above £6.5bn last year. The rotation to the New remained the primary growth engine in the AO segment in 2021 with digital centric services revenues surging by over 20% yoy to account for nearly two fifths of total demand. This was driven largely by a marked increase in expenditure on both applications modernisation and migration services, coupled with the more widespread deployment of digital applications,

The Top 20 UK AO suppliers as a group significantly outperformed their smaller rivals in 2021 with the combined revenues of this Tier 1 cohort rising more than 50% faster than the sales in the market segment as a whole. The fortunes of the major players, however, varied significantly and there were both big winners and material losers in the battle for market share in this arena last year. The report both details the variations in performance across the Top 20 AO suppliers and highlights the factors impacting the market during 2022 and beyond.

Subscribers to TechMarketView's TechSectorViews research stream can download the UK Application Operations Supplier Ranking research now. If you are not yet a subscriber and would like to find out how to gain access to this research and much more besides, please contact Deb Seth.

Posted by: Duncan Aitchison at 07:08

Tags: rankings   applications   suppliers   newresearch   operations  

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Thursday 11 August 2022

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

Pollen turns to dust

logoThe parent company of London-based ‘shared experience’ marketplace Pollen has called in administrators after failing to sell the entire group.

Pollen was founded as StreetTeam Software (still the formal group name) in 2014 and changed its name to Verve in 2017 on the back of an $18.5m funding round. I had picked up their story in 2019 after a $60m raise saw them change their name to Pollen (see Backers dust off $60m for Pollen). The start-up raised a further $150m last April.

According to various media reports (hat tips to Sky News, Sifted and UKTN), Pollen got into trouble in June. However, their accounts recently published at Companies House show a number of director resignations in May 2022 including directors representing backer VCs.

The accounts revealed pre-tax losses of £57m in 2021 on revenues of £48m. Cash in the bank had dwindled below £14m as at 31st Dec. 2021 after they burned through another £29m of operating cash. The auditors reported ‘material uncertainty’ relating to the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.

According to media reports, Pollen CEO and cofounder Callum Negus-Fancey (his brother Liam is President), had called in Goldman Sachs to try to find a buyer but without success. Callum had previously launched mass market dance event platform Lets (sic) Go Crazy Events and went on to found Lets (sic) Go Group, ‘An investment vehicle that holds interests in multiple growth technology-based companies.’

It's always sad to hear about a start-up failing, more so one that had been in business for some 8 years and raised huge amounts of dosh. But it almost always comes down to failures in the integrity of the business model to be able to turn revenue into profit and profit into cash. In that order.

Because to put it another way, if you spend more than you earn, you will, eventually, run out of cash.

Posted by: Anthony Miller at 16:29

Tags: startup  

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

*UKHotViews Extra* Residently’s quest for the magic 20% market share

My preferred definition of ‘disruption’ as applied to an industry or market is where ‘a company or technology causes radical change by means of innovation’. ‘Innovation’ can mean a new method, idea, product, technology, etc. But note that ‘radical change’ does not imply success, let alone domination.

logoEntrepreneur Tom Allason dreams of disrupting the global home rental industry with his latest venture, Residently. The way he hopes to do this is by pulling together various strands of the industry to create what he believes will be the world’s first transactional home rental marketplace.

I spoke to Allason after he responded to my post on Residently's recent funding round (see Proptech Residently turfs private landlords as raises more dosh). I was confused as to what exactly he was aiming to achieve and how. Allason has an impressive track record as an entrepreneur, having founded delivery service Shutl, which he sold to ebay for ‘a nine-figure sum’.

TechMarketView subscription service clients and UKHotViews Premium subscribers can read about my chat with Allason and the challenges for Residently on UKHotViews Extra.

Posted by: Anthony Miller at 12:39

Tags: startup   PropTech  

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

Rackspace delivers mixed Q2 results

raxSecond quarter results from Rackspace Technology were something of a mixed bag. For the first half of the year, revenue was up a rather pedestrian 5% (constant currency) to $772m versus the comparable period last year (it grew 11% in FY21). However, the company’s key profitability metrics were “at the high end of Q2 expectations”.

Shares were down over 7% in after-hours trading.

Stepping back and looking at the company’s past performance, the broader situation has also been somewhat mixed as Rackspace switched between private and public ownership and away from public cloud provision and into multicloud and managed cloud services. Indeed, back in May (when Q1 results were announced), CEO, Kevin Jones, explained that the firm was “evaluating strategic alternatives and options”. A strategic review of the company had been undertaken and it was concluded that “a sum of the parts valuation of Rackspace Technology could be greater than our current enterprise value”. There had also been “inbound interest” in the company.

All eyes are now on what strategic steps will be taken next. Yesterday, Jones said: “We are nearing the point where we can provide additional details on our go-forward game plan…” Watch this space.

Posted by: Kate Hanaghan at 09:50

Tags: results   multicloud   managedcloud  

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

Deliveroo and the meaning of commitment

logoEver the optimist, Deliveroo founder and CEO, Will Shu, began his H1 report saying "Deliveroo is committed to delivering profitable growth”. He may have misunderstood the meaning of the word ‘commitment’ – I think he means ‘dreams’.

As ever, the reality is depressingly in the numbers.

Despite the fact that Deliveroo took 10% more orders (160.9m) in the six months to 30th June 2022 compared to H1 2021, average order value declined by 3% to £22.11, as implied in last month's trading update (see Deliveroo and the miraculous margins).

While there was a small uptick in revenue per order (from £6.20 to £6.30) and a 5% improvement in gross profit (GP) per order to £1.87, marketing and overhead costs soared nearly 30%, which appears to be the reason why losses (by any measure you like) mushroomed. In fact, Deliveroo spent £2.29 per order on marketing and overheads vs £1.96 this time last year.

Bottom line? Net losses deepened from £99m to £154m.

There was other news too.

First, Deliveroo is to ditch its Netherlands operation (1% of gross transaction value – GTV). This comes almost a year after Deliveroo announced it was to exit Spain (see Deliveroo bids ‘adios’ to Spanish market).

And retailer Next CEO, Lord Simon Wolfson, has apparently found better things to do with his time and stepped down from the Deliveroo board like yesterday. He joined as non-exec director in January 2021 ahead of Deliveroo’s spectacular (for the wrong reasons) IPO (see Deliveroo’s IPO bellyflop).

Shu still expects Deliveroo's ‘adjusted’ EBITDA margin for the year to land between -1.5% and -1.8% of GTV. This could be a challenge given than it currently sits at -1.9%, down from -0.8% a year ago.

Well, we can all dream (I’m sorry, I mean ‘commit’), can’t we?

Posted by: Anthony Miller at 09:40

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

Accenture acquires another eye for talent

LogoAccenture had bought London-HQ’d CEO advisory and leadership strategy specialist YSC Consulting from private equity firm Graphite Capital. This latest purchase is the company’s fifth talent & organization focused acquisition since May 2020. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.Logo

Founded more than 30 years ago, YSC Consulting helps organisations define their leadership strategies and assess and develop their C-suite and senior executive teams. The firm employs more than 200 staff with teams based in the UK, North America, Singapore, Australia, Mexico, China, and South Africa. In FY21, the twelve months ending 31st April, the business reported revenue of £35.7m, down 15% yoy, of which £14m was generated in the UK. The company has worked with more than 40% of both the FTSE 100 and the largest private equity firms globally. Its clients include Aviva, Bain Capital, Domino’s, Goldman Sachs and Tesco.

YSC Consulting’s personnel will be housed in their new employer’s Workforce Transformation practice. Their capabilities will complement those of Accenture’s other recent people and change related purchases; Wilmslow-based Cirrus, fable+, Future StateRoot Inc and Kates Kesler.

Bolstering abilities to address the human dimensions of digital transformation has become an increasing focus of the larger consultancies of late. Two such specialist firms, Lane4 and Tao Leadership, were bought by EY last year. Further acquisitions by SI's in this space should be anticipated.

Posted by: Duncan Aitchison at 08:38

Tags: acquisition   consulting   leadership   workforce  

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

*NEW RESEARCH* Time for AI-enabled Cobots and Industry 5.0?

Cobot and Industry 5.0 report coverIn case you missed it, TechMarketView has been exploring the area of Augmented Intelligence recently – a human-friendly approach to AI/ML where the role of the technology is to collaborate, aid and amplify human capabilities. Our latest research takes a view through an industry lens, looking at AI/ML-enabled collaborative robots - cobots - within manufacturing and their position within the emerging Industry 5.0 concept.

Cobots are a class of small form-factor AI/ML-enabled robots specifically designed to work with human operators within shared physical workspaces, participating in interactive and collaborative workflows. Built to be ‘smarter’ than traditional industrial robots, more adaptable, as well as safer and more sensitive to their environment – including their human co-workers – their role is to aid and augment human workers. 

Industry 5.0, which builds on Industry 4.0 technologies, is centred on humanising technology and is an emerging production model where the focus lies on the interaction between humans and machines. It puts the wellbeing of the human workforce at the centre of the production process but also looks to the wider use of technology, for societal good and sustainability. 

When you bring cobots and Industry 5.0 together new technology and industry edges and intersections are created, which equates to new opportunities for software and IT services providers. 

Eligible TechMarketView subscribers can download “Spotlight on Emerging Tech: Time for AI-enabled Cobots and Industry 5.0?” for our take on this lighthouse technology that is illuminating a path to greater digitalisation within manufacturing. 

If you are not a subscriber and would like to find out more about TechMarketView’s services, please drop Deb Seth an email. 

Posted by: Angela Eager at 08:36

Tags: manufacturing   automation   iot   AI  

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

Barclays reveals global MS Teams roll out

BarclaysBarclays Bank PLC has announced that it has deployed Microsoft Teams globally as the preferred collaboration platform for its workforce of 120k staff and partners worldwide. The UK headquartered bank is streamlining its current array of communications tools and replacing the various solutions it previously relied on with MS Teams.

Workplace collaboration tools have been one of the major technology focus areas for financial services firms over the past 24 months. As a result of the permanent move to mobile, remote and hybrid working that followed lockdown(s) these technologies have become key to how employees interact (see: FSV Suppliers, Trends and Forecasts). The multi-year agreement between Microsoft and Barclays is one of the largest Teams deployments in financial services to date.

Posted by: Jon C Davies at 07:51

Tags: banking   microsoft   collaboration   barclays  

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Wednesday 10 August 2022

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