UK based technology consultancy Panoptics Global has today announced that it has signed a long term contract with one of London’s leading event venues, The Brewery to fully manage their IT operational services.
UK based technology consultancy Panoptics Global has today announced that it has signed a long term contract with one of London’s leading event venues, The Brewery to fully manage their IT operational services. Panoptics Global will manage and support the venue’s entire IT operation to include network and Infrastructure, third party management, service desk and wireless capability across the venue.
Panoptics Global has successfully worked with The Brewery for the last 18 months. Mark Brookbanks, Managing Director of Panoptics Global said: ”we are delighted to work with our colleagues at The Brewery; today’s contract win strengthens our partnership and endorses Panoptics Global’s capabilities placing us as a trusted supplier working to the very highest of standards.”
The Brewery venue host a huge variety of high profile events and conferences such as The Football League Awards, the London Web Summit 2013 and tech giants such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook. It is crucial in today’s technology and social media age that connectivity is high quality, reliable and highly available for instant online news and updates. The recent London Web Summit enjoyed live web streamlining throughout the event proceedings benefiting remote visitors who could not attend in person.
Creative Director Simon Lockwood said: ”it is imperative The Brewery Venue is geared up to provide a faultless service to our clients each day. Robust, reliable, state-of-the-art technology services places The Brewery as a premier venue for technology focused events among others. We are perfectly poised to offer a truly unique wi-fi user experience.
With up to 1500 delegates who may be using the internet simultaneously on a whole host of technology devices, The Brewery wireless is deemed to be one of the best complimentary in house systems available in the UK ” he added.