Junior Bashorun, Account Manager at Restore Document Management writes…
For a project that’s linked with a high profile, innovative customer, you could hardly better this. At Restore, we are proud and excited to be a service partner of the Francis Crick Institute – officially opened just two days ago by her majesty The Queen. We find it valuable and awe-inspiring to work with a medical research organisation whose aims are to boost UK science and help drive the UK economy by promoting collaboration, training future science leaders, and translating discoveries into real-world applications for the benefit and future of humankind.
Our project, an initial three-year agreement that started in early 2015, had a number of broad objectives. We were to rationalise movement of documents, equipment and materials; improve security; take the end-to-end inventory from manual to automated, and embed these processes before and during a period of huge change for the institute. That is, their migration from a number of legacy sites into one new building in central London, a structure with no on-site storage and some massive restrictions on vehicular access.
Together, the Crick and Restore set off to meet the challenge.
How would we get on?
(Hint: we’ve entered an industry award scheme with this project!).
Download the Francis Crick Institute Case Study to find out what Andy Steele, the Logistics Manager at the Francis Crick Institute, thinks makes the partnership tick.