Clockwork IT is proud to announce that we’re going green!

As well as reducing our own paper use, we’re also in the process of updating our entire road fleet to electric vehicles. Director Andy Milner is already driving a new Tesla, reducing his fuel and servicing cost by over £450 per month. Clockwork will be rolling out further Teslas across the entire fleet in the coming months.

While we are professionally committed to the ethical considerations around sustainability, we’re also focused on the practicalities of adopting newer, more efficient forms of technology. As our clients will already know, Clockwork takes efficiency very seriously indeed.

In the long run, sustainable technologies will simply be more cost-effective, perform better, and make life easier all round. You owe it to yourself and your business to embrace those technologies – and we can help you do it.

Clockwork’s mobile software solutions can help you become more sustainable as a company too. Our mobile software means you can send job data to your engineers remotely, helping them to cut down on the unnecessary morning commute to your offices, and shrinking your carbon footprint. At around a £1 per day not only is the return on investment obvious in terms of time and fuel costs, but you are also joining our pursuit of a cleaner, greener planet.

This is a vitally important step in protecting the planet – as of this year, transportation is the single largest contributor to the UK’s carbon emissions and is implicated in a more than £6 billion cost to the UK economy each year.

To join our quest for a more efficient and paperless environment, please contact us for an exploratory chat.


Luke Hoult is a rising star in English badminton. He’s just completed an impressive season, winning County and National titles, finishing in the Country’s top 10 and is a triple county champion.

Badminton is a sport on the rise in England. The most recent Taking Part Survey (which measures participation in sports across the country amongst young people) makes this quite clear: while overall sports participation dropped in 2015, the number of 11 to 15 year olds playing badminton increased.

Today, 23.5% of the country’s young people play the sport.

Luke’s talent is prodigious, and we have no doubt he’s heading for bigger and better things. Sponsoring him makes perfect sense: his work on the court is exemplary of the same focus on efficiency that we bring to our clients’ businesses. And, like us, he’s still got plenty of room to grow his success even further!

Clockwork director Steve Adams says: “we are looking forward to seeing him represent England at junior level next season. We have no doubt he will continue to make himself, us, and the country, proud.”


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