Midlands-based Kaydee Blinds and Sayfa Systems are leading suppliers of commercial blinds and working at heights safety systems to the construction industry. While operating independently they share common ownership and senior management. Together they employ 35 people.
Both companies recognised that they did not have the in-house expertise to select a system that would not only recognise that each sold a different range of services and products, but would also need to be heavily focused on the management of construction-related projects, where there would be many processes and activities in common to both companies.
Gradient led the Kaydee and Sayfa project teams through a structured selection process by first thoroughly documenting their system requirements and then identifying the most suitable products and vendors for demonstration.
"Employing Gradient for the selection process not only saved us an enormous amount of time but also gave us that confidence that our system was being selected by experienced consultants and that when we reached our final decision we could rest assured it was the best use of our investment. Overall the benefit of having unbiased technical knowledge and selection advice proved invaluable."
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