BOS Global Group appoints SBP

St Brides Partners (SBP) has been appointed as the retained financial PR representative for AIM-listed software development company BOS Global Holdings Limited.

Charlotte Page 1

Charlotte Page

BOS software aims to boost employee productivity through real time, actionable data. This reveals ‘Work Patterns’ which allow decision makers to act and raise efficiency and improve the bottom line.

SBP partners Elisabeth Cowell and Charlotte Page and account executive Megan Dennison manage the BOC account.

Page said: “BOS is developing a unique product, which for the first time will digitally track and annotate employee work patterns to enable businesses to implement initiatives to increase productivity.

“Given that St Brides is an employee-owned business, we understand the importance of employee engagement, and we look forward to deploying our 15 years of experience in corporate communications as the company approaches the launch of its innovative BOS360 project during H1 2017.”

BOS will initially target clients within the financial services sector, and will deliver its platform predominantly through partnerships with established business consultancies.

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