It’s been another busy start to the year for Human Recognition Systems (HRS to our friends) and it has really brought home my desire as CEO of HRS to ensure that we are being consistently innovative and continually improving and developing our existing products.
In the latest of our series of "Update from..." Simon Appleton discusses what he will be focussing on in Q4.
For the Design team, this newsletter coincides with a pivotal change of focus - a temporary shift away from marketing and back to product design (all of which we continue to do in-house).
In Marketing, we have seen some dramatic changes in how we present our business, the most outwardly obvious being our new website. The site has acted as a catalyst for us really think about how we simplify our message and brands across a diverse range of media including web, print and video. For the first time, we are producing animated explainer videos to explain how our products work and overall, strengthening the alignment our products to their intended industries, making the information generally much easier to find and digest.
Following an internal restructure and refocus, Human Recognition Systems (HRS) has announced the appointment of Jim Slevin as Associate Director.
Jim was previously Aviation Managing Director with HRS, but due to growing overseas demand for our products and services Jim will now focus on meeting the international pull for our Aviation products, namely MFlow and MTrust.
In the early days of Human Recognition Systems, I used to end the week by asking “who’s heard about us this week?” Frankly, it doesn’t matter about the great things you are doing if no-one knows about them and this is an attempt to share some of the exciting and pioneering work we have been doing and what Products we have been building behind the scenes. It is a small window into HRS and I hope you like it!
Each quarter we will look back at the previous quarter and summarise the top 10 things we discovered that we didn't know before...
Jim Slevin, Aviation Managing Director at HRS, perfectly placed to drive strategic growth within sector
Human Recognition Systems (HRS), a leader in total biometric solutions, is set for growth after securing a £975,000 finance package from Santander Corporate & Commercial to expand its successful business.
John Tonkiss, CEO of Liverpool-based Human Recognition Systems (HRS), a leader in total biometric solutions, has been invited to join the ACCELERATE 250. The group is a new business community championed by Sir Terry Leahy and Lord Young and made up of the fastest growing companies in the UK.