Metalogic have reasons to be cheerful having recently been acknowledged as one of the leading performers within Jonas Software UK. Jonas Software owns and operates over 50 market leading software companies around the world. Metalogic joined the
Jonas family in 2013 and it was at the first collaborative UK group meeting this week that Metalogics’ recent performances have been recognised.
The event was designed to give further insight into Jonas and how the various individual trading entities contribute to the Jonas group. Following an early start at the National Motor Cycle Museum, Coventry, Metalogic staff were joined by their equivalents from the other businesses within the Division, along with the most senior personnel within Jonas from both the UK and Toronto
The day was engaging and informative, with an opportunity for audience participation and breakout sessions allowing staff members to work in groups to share ideas and best practices and present on their findings. Metalogic staff Sam Smith (QA) Neil Webb (CS), Geoff Ellis (R&D), Andrew Jackson (Opps) and John Padbury (PS) working with their counterparts from the other businesses made a significant contribution to the day with presentations on subjects from Automated Testing to Project Management.
Metalogic’s performance over the last year has been attributed to the adoption of iMetal as one of the leading Global ERP systems for Metals Distribution Sector, the productivity developments that working from home has delivered and the efficiency that moving the company infrastructure to the cloud has brought.
Metalogic MD Leigh Harrison, who was also a key presenter at the meeting, has been delighted with the company’s performance in often challenging market conditions. ‘I believe that whilst we have seen some good decisions made it is the commitment, skills and hard work of the team that have been the fundamental to the success of the company.’
At the end of the day attendees of the meeting had the opportunity to visit the outstanding collections that make up the National Motorcyle Museum. The museum is recognised as the finest and largest British motorcycle museum in the world, now boasting over a 1,000 machines all fully restored to the manufacturers original specifications.
However the visit had a particularly personal story for Metalogics’ Operations Manager, Andrew Jackson who’s whose great grandfather’s had made their own contribution to the world of automotive transport and in particular had gained recognition from the museum with a display of their 1902 production of the Century Tandem which the museum now displays.
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