Yellowbus Solutions Ltd and National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) have joined forces [joined forces last year] to improve how network and IT services are delivered to end users. The result was an overall improvement to uptime and efficiency in support of NNL’s road to innovation in its IT journey.
Yellowbus are a North West based managed IT provider with a strong service offering within the nuclear and engineering sectors. They have offices on Birchwood Park, Warrington and at Westlakes Science Park, Cumbria.
NNL was formally established in 2008 and brought together the UK’s nuclear research and development capability into one organisation. NNL’s workforce represents a combined 10,000 hours of expertise in nuclear science and technology. The company operates at 6 sites across the UK.
NNL are making improvements across all areas of the business to support their objectives, and IT/Tech is one of the areas. Already having a relationship with Yellowbus and sharing head office locations the partnership was formed.
Yellowbus's Commercial Director, Mike Douglass said:
“At Yellowbus we want to change the way the Nuclear sector views IT and Technology. Tech should be looked at as a business advantage and used to its full potential.
When business objectives are aligned with the correct IT then business growth and innovation will improve. We have worked with NNL for many years and have similar goals on innovation within Nuclear.
We have had the opportunity to support NNL’s mission with their IT improvement projects and look forward to a long and successful partnership with them”.
NNL’s Head of IT, Nichola Newton said:
“Yellowbus have been a fundamental partner in supporting NNL IT’s commitment to improve network coverage and resilience across all of its sites. Yellowbus continue to understand NNL IT needs and collaborate effectively to ensure these are achieved.”