Saturday, May 30, 2020

Lincs design, print & marketing company celebrates 45 years in business

The party may temporarily be on hold for creative brand management business, Sys-tematic, but nothing is going to stop the team marking an impressive 45 years in business this year.

Founded in 1975, by Chris Robey’s father, Nick, Systematic is a story of evolution; starting life as a niche computer print supplier and becoming the proactive project management business that they are today, supporting clients throughout the UK with the complete range of creative design, print and marketing services that help them succeed.

As the management team reflect on the last 45 years, it’s clear to see that one as-pect which hasn’t changed over the company’s history is their vision of ‘together-ness’. Working together as one team with their clients has been the common theme for over four decades and has, without a doubt, been a major contributing factor to their success. Togetherness will be as important for the next chapters as the many that have already passed.

Speaking to Manager Director, Chris Robey, he says; “As a family owned business, our values are fundamental to the way we operate. Even when times are challenging, we know that our enduring values of being trusted, proactive, creative, ethical, team-centric and agile in a rapidly changing world, will help guide our way.”

This approach has been highlighted in their eco-purchasing system “the Green Dot” that actively promotes making sustainable choices in order to minimise the impact on the environment.

So what’s next for Systematic’s clients? Well, at a time when digital technology is more important than ever, they know that Team Systematic will be helping them to maximise their return on investment. They are supporting clients with services such as website development, SEO and PPC campaigns, social media content and strategic marketing advice through carefully selected collaboration partners.

Mr Robey said: “Each of these areas are so unique and specialised, that one company alone cannot offer them all, however with our project management skills and formal trade partnerships, clients will get better results and be able to get on with other priorities in their business.”

He added: “My biggest thanks go out to Team Systematic, who are the epitome of everything we have achieved so far, and to our loyal clients who have trusted us all these years to help them achieve their goals. Together we have travelled far and are looking forward to the future.”

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