Partitionware The Project

Our recent work Partitionware Outsourced marketing

The requirements What the customer needed

Partititonware's initial requirement was for a strategic marketing review. We worked with them to help define their go-to-market strategy and clarify their marketing messaging. The relationship has since developed to cover a broad range of marketing activities.

The solution What we did for them

We helped Partitionware to distill their value proposition into a message that resonates with their target market. After delivering a new web site, we helped them implement a marketing automation system and provide ongoing campaign management.

The results Where are they now?

Partitionware continue to lead the way in developing innovative telecoms solutions for their partners. Their unique OPEX business model reduces risk and enables tech entrepreneurs to get to market with exciting and innovative services.

The work Some of our output

We helped Partitionware to define and articulate their unique approach to market. This was distilled into a new website and a range of marketing collateral that forms the basis of ongoing campaigns.

Corporate identityUpdates to corporate ID

Screen shots for various sized screens

New websiteDesigned and built

Case studies, data sheets, brochures

New collateralNew marketing assets

What they say about us From Partitionware

“Redmill Marketing Associates have helped us to build a more compelling brand identity and to promote ourselves more effectively to our target audience. We see them as an important part of the team.”

Mike Bromwich

Chief Executive Officer

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    Utilising urban micro-infrastructure, namely street furniture, will have a significant impact in realising the 5G vision in densely populated urban environments. Telefónica Deutschland / O2’s fibre optic-connected streetlight offers an insight into that future.

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    What’s the frequency, Kenneth? The wrong one, it seems.

    The world is on fire, and we can’t pretend it isn’t any more. There’s no need for too much of the ‘Doomwatch,’ but for three days in August, 7 billion tonnes of rain fell on the peak of Greenland—not just the largest amount since records began, but the first time we know of that rain, not snow, fell on the country’s highest peak. Recent Siberian wildfires notched up a record for annual fire-related emissions of carbon dioxide, while devouring 500,000 square kilometres of vegetation, too. And also last month, the latest (sixth) scientific report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change sounded the need yet again for “strong and sustained reductions in emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases” to try and save a common future for us all: and last but not least, Capgemini research shows the world’s suffered at least $3 trillion in global economic losses from climate change in the last 20 years alone.

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  • Is British local government quietly building a kind of Field of Internet Gigabit ‘Dreams’?

    Once upon a time, a pretty sentimental movie called Field of Dreams gave the Millennial generation something of a catchphrase: “Build it, and he will come” (it gets mis-phrased now as “they will come”, as tends to happen to so many catchphrases).

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