Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Will we be seeing you at IDLS 2016?

SyntheSys will be exhibiting at this year’s International Data Link Symposium in Maastricht, The Netherlands 1st November - 4th November 2016.  We will be using this year’s show as a platform to present:

  • JREAP- How does it work and what does it provide the user?
  • Introduction to Link 22
  • Introduction to Link 16
  • Introduction to JREAP

Come and visit us at Stand 23.  We are inviting customers and colleagues throughout the TDL community to come and pick up a FREE copy of Issue 3 TDL Technology magazine and we are also running our ‘Follow the Link’ competition where we have 2 Kindle Fire HD6 up for grabs.

Our Technical Staff will be on hand to discuss TDL Training, our SPIRIT process and also our operational capability.  What’s more, you can even grab yourself a refreshing beverage whilst you chat to us!

Sunday, 23 October 2016

SyntheSys’ Jeremy Dick Set to Present at the Upcoming Systems Engineering in Capital Projects Seminar

Our renowned systems engineering expert Jeremy Dick will be presenting at the upcoming ‘Systems Engineering in Capital Projects’ Seminar and you are invited. The event takes place on 31st October 2016 at IBM Southbank, London.

The seminar aims to explore how Systems Engineering practices can help you with the challenges of managing complex capital projects and associated supply chains.  Jeremy will be collaborating with Costain Group to deliver, ‘Helping to meet national needs by bringing SE practices into infrastructure projects’.

For more information and registration details click here , or for more information on Jeremy click here

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

You are invited to join SyntheSys at the IBM Systems and Software Symposium

There is less than a week to go until we attend and present at the IBM Systems and Software Symposium at the Old Trafford football stadium on 27th September.  Join us there to explore the latest innovations in systems and software development tools from IBM.
The event aims to bring together members of the Systems and Software Development community for a day filled with industry presentations, best practices and networking. Our specialist Matt Mendell will be presenting ‘Migrating DOORS to DOORS Next Generation’.  We also look forward to hearing from Warwick Manufacturing Group, Visteon, Nationwide, HS2, TNT and XoServe.  

Other highlights include:

  • Split Tracks for IT and Engineering customers;
  • A detailed look at SaaS, Scaled Agile Framework, Integration/Migration with other tools;
  • Ovum analysts explaining why IBM are leading the way for Application Lifecycle Management. 

Places are still available for this free one day educational symposium. Register here or contact zoecarberry@uk.ibm.com for more information.

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

SyntheSys to attend world class energy event, SPE Intelligent Energy 6-8 Sept 2016

SyntheSys is delighted to be attending the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Intelligent Energy International exhibition at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) from September 6 to 8.

The event is an SPE organised technical conference, positioned at the forefront of oilfield technology and the drive towards fully integrated operations.

It is the only event where IT, operations, drilling and production come together and is a catalyst for advanced digital field technologies, automated workflows and intelligent processes.

We will be on hand at booth A22 to discuss our Systems Engineering Training, CloudbaSE products and our partnership with IBM.  Our Technical consultants, Mark Williamson and Jeremy Dick, will be ready to offer demonstrations of our Tools in action and we will also have IBM representatives available to answer your questions. 

Contact info@synthesys.co.uk if you would like to arrange a one to one meeting at the event or visit www.synthesys.co.uk for further information on our products and services.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

IT Governance congratulates SyntheSys on achieving Cyber Essentials certification

SyntheSys is proud to announce that we have achieved Cyber Essentials, a Government-backed cyber security certification that sets out a minimum standard for cyber security.

The Cyber Essentials scheme outlines five security controls to help organisations mitigate cyber risks and improve their cyber security posture. To achieve certification, organisations are required to address their boundary firewalls and Internet gateways, implement secure configuration, adequately manage access control and administrative privilege management, implement patch management, and ensure malware protection. 

Nikki Haynes, Operations Manager of SyntheSys, said: “Achieving Cyber Essentials was seen as a way to demonstrate a level of assurance to our customers, by showing that security controls are in place to protect the business, its IT systems and information, and that these controls have been assessed against an independent, formal framework. ‘’

To see what IT Governance, the cyber security consultancy firm and CREST-accredited certification body, have to say about our achievement click here