Manufacturing & Engineering sector solutions

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Enabling you to compete in the digital age of Manufacturing and Engineering

In the midst of today’s global digital revolution, businesses across the Manufacturing and Engineering industry are facing a number of challenges. With a significant increase in demand for more bespoke and personalised designs from customers, manufacturers need efficient R&D processes that will enable them to reduce engineering time and costs and accelerate time to market to ensure they remain competitive. Furthermore, as more manufacturers continue to globalise production, collaboration and communication between teams and increasing demands on the network have become a challenge. And with the sector facing a growing skills shortage, companies require technology that will further empower their operation.

Through our broad portfolio of end-to-end Managed Services, GCI combines the best Cloud and collaboration platforms with Security, Support and Network services to help enable “smart” factories. Our platforms enable you to automate processes and harness big data for reporting and analytics, and our collaboration platforms not only make you attractive to the next-generation workforce, but encourage “anywhere” collaboration by default. Our Network and Security services support your IoT devices and our high-speed wireless networks help you become agile and prevent threats before they happen. And, with business management tools easing the pressure you face in delivering your product to market promptly, GCI ultimately enable you to stay competitive, collaborative, secure, and able to empower the next generation of skilled engineers.

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WHY GCI?

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Just some of our Manufacturing & Engineering clients

Aunt Bessie's
SAS International
Sir Robert McAlpine
SMD
Sunseeker
TEPE
Wren Kitchen

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING...

"With GCI’s help, we have delivered a step change. From having zero systems in the Cloud just three years ago, around 95% are now Cloud-based. This had to be a very carefully-managed transition so as not to disrupt our complex business."
James Greene, Group IT Manager - SAS International

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