seh technology reflects on a successful year with unprecedented growth

During a year of uncertainty, SEH Technology, the leader in professional network solutions, experienced significant growth with the team continuing to drive results for the company, not only to create new products, but to support and gain new clients during the pandemic.

In early 2021, SEH Technology launched its new print server, the printserver ONE, built with a new user interface to satisfy increasing customer demands. The printserver ONE is designed with the new way of working in-mind, allowing users to quickly connect and use various office printers, whilst adhering to social distancing, ideal for public sector industries such as hospitals and schools.

The organisation also celebrated its 35th anniversary, surviving several turbulent economic years. SEH Technology was one of the first companies to make printers network compatible. Today, as network specialists, it offers customers a broad portfolio of innovative products and services with development and production from its headquarters in Germany, plus worldwide distribution via its US and UK subsidiaries and extensive network of partners, distributors and resellers.

During the most uncertain period in history with a combination of COVID-19 and Brexit negotiations, SEH Technology has partnered with a number of new clients, most recently ST Engineering. The group with more than 25 years of experience in the design, implementation and support of mission critical systems, needed a solution that allowed it’s growing team to work remotely, productively and securely in the longer term. By utilising SEH Technology’s USB device servers, ST Engineering was able to ensure its growing team of engineering and technological specialists were able to access its USB devices via the network, just as if it were locally attached.

Looking towards the future, SEH Technology is preparing for companies to implement more hybrid working for their employees to adhere to changing government guidelines across the globe. Understanding the new market and needs of various companies, SEH Technology will look toward taking on the new post-COVID market and how its customers will need the team’s support.

“The team and I are extremely proud of how far we have come since the beginning of the year and it’s great to welcome new clients to our growing portfolio. We look forward to continuing to provide our customers with compatible solutions to meet their demands and requirements as we move forward to 2022 in our fast moving IT industry,” concludes Joachim Sturmhoefel, Managing Director at SEH Technology.

 

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