Following the winter chill and chaos caused by weather conditions (which have now returned), we would like to warmly welcome you to 2010 and hope you have enjoyed a relaxing festive period.
As you gradually return to work and begin to sift through your bulging inbox, we realise that now may not be the best time to overwhelm you with the latest developments at Tabs FM. As such, this edition of our newsletter will be short and sweet, (just like our own James Ellis).
On behalf of every one at Tabs....we wish you all the best for the New Year.
A few Dates for your diary
We will be exhibiting at the following shows this year, so why not reserve these dates in your diary. If you haven’t visited trade shows before, these may prove valuable events to attend.
The Facilities Show – NEC – 11-13 May
Total Workplace Management – Earls Court - 15-16 October
We will forward more formal invitations nearer the time.
Something New for 2010?
This coming year looks pretty exciting for Tabs. The continued development of our .NET modules is moving on at some pace and our current project is the Reactive and Planned Maintenance sector. We will keep you posted with progress here.
Thinking of trying something new for 2010? Why not visit our website for the latest offerings from Tabs FM. Throughout the year we will be constantly updating our website with the latest screen shots, news and product features. Feel free to visit us anytime at www.tabsfm.com
So, 2010, and a decade without a nickname at present…any suggestions?
The final quarter of 2009 was pretty hectic for the Tabs team and we continue to be busy on several fronts: development, new sales, installations, upgrades and training. We anticipate a successful year and hope to support you in your efforts to excel and achieve targets.
One of our main goals for 2010 is to really focus on the level and quality of our client communication. Many of the problems faced by service providers can be avoided through effective communication. It is our intention to provide outstanding Customer Service in all areas of our work and we will be striving to achieve this both through people and processes.
Let’s keep talking and listening.
“Many people look forward to the New Year for a fresh start with old habits” Anon
“This time next year, we’ll all be millionaires” D. Trotter