What Our Clients Say
We brought Cubit in as our IT partners over a year ago and have really noticed the positive difference in both speed and quality of responsiveness
Cubit resolve all our IT issues very quickly and expertly, helping us to stay focussed on our core business, which is client service. They're friendly and part of the team
Cubit Technology has been supporting creative and communications companies for over 8 years. We’ve built up valuable experience working with PRCA award winners including 3 Monkeys Communications, Bondy Consulting, Virgo Health and Westminster Advisers.
Now we are working closely with the PRCA and we’d like to offer all PRCA members help with the kind of issues that commonly affect communications companies
PR agents use email more than any other business and it has to be set up to give maximum effectiveness. That means Outlook or Apple Mail, shared contacts, shared calendars, Press release distribution lists, alias accounts and smartphone synchronisation.
Most IT companies can set up a basic email system but we know how to get one running exactly how a professional communications consultancy needs to use it and with absolute reliability.
It’s important to give temp staff access to enough information to make them productive. However you must ring fence sensitive data and protect the network from malware. This gets more complex when freelancers need to use the ir own equipment and/or software which isn't compatible with your company's.
We can help to find a path through these issues while avoiding great costs or interruptions.
Most agencies start off by going all out for new clients and new projects. Then, when they’ve grown to about 20 or so staff and everyone is working hard but not seeing a profit, there's usually a desire to get some control. How are we sharing the work among our resources? Which jobs are profitable? Which clients really pay the rent? How are we costing our work?
We can help with software and systems that take some of the guesswork out while keeping the creativity in.