Cloud computing specialist Big Little Fish is gearing up to introduce a groundbreaking new product to North-East businesses which could revolutionise the way firms operate in the region.
The County Durham technology business is to host a major event which aims to show the region’s businesses how they can take advantage of the latest addition to its portfolio of SME services, Soonr Workplace.
Soonr is a collaboration and mobile content management tool that provides a safe, cloud-based system for the uploading and sharing of files which comes with added management and security features built-in.
It is especially applicable for work on projects that involve individuals in and out of the office or between different departments and allows files to be securely shared using any device, including tablets, smartphones, PCs and laptops.
Big Little Fish, which specialises in helping SMEs significantly improve their performance using cloud-based software, will host a Soonr introductory event next month at the HUB workspace on Aycliffe Business Park in County Durham.
The event, on Wednesday 6th February from 10am until 12 noon, comes on the back of growing interest in the region in the benefits of Soonr Workplace and will give delegates all the information they need to begin taking advantage of the software.
Rebecca Scally, managing director of Big Little Fish (pictured above with director Jeremy Scally), said: “We’re really excited about our Soonr Workplace service and we think it complements our portfolio of cloud services for SMEs.
“Soonr Workplace enables users to organise, manage and share files both internally and externally from any device anywhere and is an excellent way of becoming significantly more efficient and productive without breaking the bank.”
For more information on the Soonr Workplace event, which will include an opportunity to network with North East businesses, visit: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5236819468.
For more information on Big Little Fish visit www.biglittlefish.co.uk