Bodet customer employs innovative methods using Harmonys Class Change System to improve communication, efficiency and safety in their school
Nottingham-based Djanogly City Academy are using Bodet’s Class Change System to communicate in a variety of innovative ways, including playing music to improve the procedure of moving students between classes.
Our Workforce Management Solutions for the Leisure and Hospitality Sector will be on display at the upcoming Independent Hotel Show 2019 in October
As we expand the range of events we attend, Bodet will be exhibiting for the first time at the Independent Hotel Show this year at Olympia, London. With over 350 suppliers, the show is the only industry event dedicated entirely to the needs of luxury and boutique hoteliers committed to improving their business.
January to June 2019 have been an amazing six months for Bodet in the UK
Now that the final figures for the first half of the year have been finalised, Bodet Ltd is very happy to report a strong sales growth over the same period in 2018. This is a great achievement, since 2018 was already an amazing year for Bodet.
Bodet will be at the Education Building Forum in October with solutions improving safety, communication and efficiency in schools with our Lockdown Alert, Class Change, PA & Synchronised Clock Systems
Developed for those involved with the design, build, management and supply of education facilities, the Education Building Forum enhances projects and improves supply chains through connections to key industry professionals. In addition to discovering the latest innovations, products and services, there are also seminars and networking opportunities.
Our latest Workforce Management Solutions for the Care Sector will be on display at the upcoming Care Show 2019 in October
The largest and busiest care event, the Care Show, returns again later this year with an expected audience of 3,800 people. The event brings new products, services, inspiration and innovation to those running a care business to support them and help improve the lives of those in care.
Local Time Servers versus Public Time Servers for Time Synchronisation
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a network protocol used to synchronise time across devices on a network. A network using NTP relies on a time server to distribute a time signal, which is itself received from an accurate source, such as a GPS satellite. This time server can take the form of either a local time server or a public time server, but public time servers are flawed in a number of areas.
Gain the ability to broadcast to all your pupils and staff, or just specific areas, at the touch of a button
School premises are becoming bigger than ever, with multiple buildings and expansive grounds. With many having over 1,000 students and more than 100 teachers on site, effective communication can often be a problem, especially when important announcements need to be distributed quickly.
Bodet is pleased to announce a new article providing information on Lockdown for public organisations and private companies
All organisations are responsible for the safety of their staff and visitors. Recent events mean that it is necessary to consider having a lockdown procedure in place should an incident occur which requires such a response.
New ECJ ruling means all EU companies must have an “objective, reliable and accessible” method to track time and attendance of workers
Following legal action taken by Spanish labour unions against the local subsidiary of the Deutsche Bank, the European Court of Justice has ruled that the EU working time directive requires all European employers to accurately record the hours worked by their staff.
Bodet will be discussing how our Synchronised Clock Systems improve accuracy and efficiency with healthcare estates professionals
The Healthcare Building Forum showcases the latest innovations, products and services across healthcare estates. It features seminars, networking opportunities and the chance to meet new suppliers and manufacturers to see how challenges in the industry are being met.