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Race Is On to Find Budgets & Brexit Busting Technology

Budgets, Brexit and the ability to adapt are some of the most challenging issues for organisations at the moment, but the forthcoming TECHNOLOGY 2018 business technology demonstration day, sponsored by Thompson AVC, at Wolverhampton Racecourse on 26th September, could hold the answer.

In the race to stay competitive, capital budgets are often seen as the most restricting factor, but all may not be what it seems.

New technology can save money in so many areas of an organisation; it is worth investigating how the latest systems could improve operational and financial efficiency.

Wherever you stand on Brexit, the likelihood is, at least in the short to medium term, that there will be a shortage of skilled, experienced and available personnel in many industries.

Once again the latest technologies, when seamlessly integrated by specialist engineers, can reliably and independently automate multiple work tasks. Freeing up valuable time for the personnel you do have available to focus on activities which really warrant the use of their time.

As part of the wider Wolverhampton Business Week, TECHNOLOGY 2018 will showcase the latest security, fire detection, communications, audio visual and life safety systems to suit organisations of any size and from any sector.

Technologies on show include the likes of Interactive screens, Unified Communications, building automation, audio and video conferencing, IP CCTV, HD CCTV, biometric access control and much more from exhibitors including Sharp, Samsung, Casio, Bosch, StarLeaf, Crestron, etc.

To make sure you don’t get left behind, visit to secure your free place.

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