BJSS

Company information

  • www.bjss.com
  • Sector: Technology
  • Region: Yorkshire and the Humber

Agile service

With a 27-year track record of building and providing enterprise-class technology solutions, BJSS counts companies from the Healthcare, Public Sector, Financial Services, Energy and Retail sectors among its clients.

Since 1993, BJSS has grown organically to have 10 offices across the UK, two in the US and one in Portugal, employing 1,350 members of staff. “Our growth strategy is not driven by acquisitions. Instead, we focus on organic growth, being easy to work with and doing the right thing for customers,” says Glynn Robinson, BJSS chairman.

“Our growth is dependent on our ability to attract and retain a high calibre of people. We invest heavily in our employer proposition, staff relationships and making BJSS a rewarding and positive place to work,” he explains. This ambition is captured in the company’s Great Place to Work initiative. This goes beyond employment benefits by finding tangible ways to develop the best working environment for its people. “This initiative is sponsored by the BJSS Board, and it creates an atmosphere where everyone is supported, respected, inspired, fulfilled and nurtured to achieve their full potential, professional objectives and make the most of their BJSS experience,” says Glynn.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, BJSS has maintained robust financial controls and deployed new ways of working to support its remote and distributed teams. It believes it will emerge from the pandemic in a strong position. It chose to maintain its scale and large delivery capability to assist clients with programmes of work that provide continued access to healthcare, mitigate productivity losses, and safeguard the uninterrupted delivery of essential goods and services.
BJSS is prepared for digital innovations and has positioned itself as a preferred partner to manage these innovations on behalf of heavily regulated organisations and government departments. “This helps them to meet the demands of constant change,” Glynn concludes.