Established in 1975, Jayplas are a leading plastics recycler operating eight recycling and recycled product manufacturing facilities across the UK. As they have grown over time, they came to the realisation that to make their business more efficient, their applications needed to be delivered via the cloud so that everyone within the business had access to the same systems and information at the same time.
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LogicMelon is an an award-winning company who developed a SaaS candidate management and recruitment system used across the world. Their business is based remotely, enabling them to hire the best people for the job no matter their location. This means that their cloud infrastructure is absolutely vital for the day-to-day running of the business, as well as for their software to work accordingly.
InClarity are leaders in fixed line telephony and were the first hosted VoIP providers way back in 2003. Their cloud-based telephony solutions can host over 6 million users, so understandably they have a heavy reliance on the technology and how it works for them.
Having driven consistently well all season, twenty-one-year-old Jack Leese put in another solid performance at Brands Hatch to achieve 5 th place in the Championship and top placed novice.
Jack Leese put in another strong performance in the penultimate rounds of the Honda Civic Type R Trophy.
Round seven and eight of the Tegiwa Type R Trophy saw Jack Leese gain an impressive 4th and 6th place respectively at Silverstone last weekend.
As a thank you for all their hard work throughout lockdown, the team at igroup were treated to a private testing day at Bedford Autodrome, hosted by Rob Wilson who, in his 60s (and enjoying a parallel ‘career’ as a bassist in a rock country blues band) is the ‘secret weapon’ top Formula 1 drivers turn to when they need to shave vital seconds off lap times.
The season for the CAMS Honda Type R Trophy driver has gotten off to a strong start with Jack Leese currently placed 6th and the highest placed novice.
2021 will see Jack Leese race in the Honda Civic Trophy: twelve rounds split across six double header race weekends to maximise track time.