Some of our long-standing clients talk about the RGS effect
At RGS, it’s all about the relationship. We’ve been developing bespoke systems for businesses large and small for over 30 years.
During that time we’ve built up many solid relationships with our customers, many of whom we still work with today. Developing close, integrated relationships with clients ensures that we can get under the skin of the business and add real, tangible value through the delivery of quality systems that go to the heart of the organisation.
Below is a small selection of case studies from clients that we have been working with for a long time, sometimes over 20 years.
Chris McCormick talks about how RGS effectively interprets Agility’s requirements and work flexibly within a changing IT landscape to produce their workflow and data intelligence systems.
Paul Farragher explains the importance of the close, working partnership between RGS & UPA, and how the invoicing system devised by RGS produces energy invoices from complex data.
Robert Leggett talks about how RGS helped Omni to achieve their place in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100, by designing and developing their bespoke recruitment process outsourcing system.
John Sant explains the role RGS play in devising and managing the behind-the-scenes web services and database architecture involved in allowing their mobile workers to communicate efficiently and reliably using their iOS app.
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