BURNLEY, England, April 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Burnley based company JP74 have joined forces with Digital Lancashire, releasing a pilot scheme that aims to improve Lancashire's economy through Digital Transformation.
Formed in 2001, JP74 already help global businesses improve their profitability through modifying the technology and digital processes within their organisations - by offering a day of their time to understand and diagnose opportunities for more profitable processes, JP74 are now looking to recruit local, Lancashire-based participants for the pilot scheme.
JP74's MD Pete Walker is a champion of the digital landscape in the county through his work on the board of Digital Lancashire, a community interest company who are working to support and celebrate the region's digital landscape; He said:
"Put simply, Digital Transformation is looking at traditional processes and applying leading technology to improve aspects of business - be that productivity, profitability or communication. We've worked with companies that cover the commercial sphere, we've made salespeople more effective, made disparate systems talk to each other, increased profitability and engineered cost savings for variety of organisations"
The pilot scheme launched on Monday 3rd April, and applicants for the pilot can register on the JP74 website (http://www.jp74.com/digitaltransformation), or call the studio direct.
Notes to editors:
JP74 was founded in 2001, and in that time we've formed lasting relationships with a number of high profile clients. We've delivered a long list of bespoke digital transformation projects which have improved the workflow, efficiency, working methods and importantly, return on investment for all the businesses involved.