Conduce IT Services are proud to announce a new member of the Technical Team, Chris Clarke who will be starting with us on 11/01/2010. Chris will be assisting customers by Telephone and E-mail alongside our existing team. Chris has a background in customer facing environments and has worked in IT since the start of his professional career, specialising in supporting Citrix environments. Please join us in wishing Chris the best of luck in his new role and becoming a valued member of the team.
Today we launched our new website.
The site has been designed and developed by our sister company Dreamscape Design and reflects our new brand image. Over the coming days and weeks we will be adding new and innovative content and features. Keep watching this space….
When Mackenzie Morgan Aerospace Consultants decided to expand their business into Continued Airworthiness Management and obtain the necessary EASA Part M SubPart G approvals they came to Conduce to discuss their ideas for an innovative and first of its kind “virtual office of airworthiness”. Aircraft Continued Airworthinesss Management is a complex subject and one requiring regulatory scrutiny from the British Civil Airworthiness Authority and other foreign regulators so there is a collaborative effort from the whole Conduce Group to assist Mackenzie Morgan with their setup and approval.
Conduce will be developing a portal for Mackenzie Morgan customers and staff to access the required data systems, and technical publications and providing some back office services for the venture.
Click here to read the Mackenzie Morgan Blog which includes a diary of their approval application.
Click here for the Mackenzie Morgan website.
Conduce Group wish Mackenzie Morgan the best of luck with their new venture and look forward to a sucessful relationship.
Mackenzie Morgan are granted a provisional approval number from the CAA and the project starts in earnest. Click here for the latest installment of the Mackenzie Morgan Blog in which we get a mention.