WHAT WE DO
Remaining competitive has become harder to achieve than ever. With the ability to disrupt long-established industries with just a few laptops and a handful of people, the old services and solutions can no longer be relied upon to stay relevant. Businesses-in-the-know anticipate change rather than waiting to become redundant.
With the technology landscape becoming ever more intricate, filtering through current and emerging technologies to understand how these can work together to reduce costs, power innovation and drive sales has become an increasingly complex undertaking.
At PROTEUS, we excel at devising unique products and solutions to your business problems by developing a deep understanding of your business, systems and people and then leveraging our knowledge of cutting edge technologies in areas such as AR, Cloud, Machine Learning, Unified Comms, IoT and Automation Tech to build for your most pressing challenges.
So discover how we can help your business excel; whether large enterprise, education facility, government body or small startup.
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Even with the huge growth of personal and home Audio Visual systems and the emergence of various standardisation to support this, having your home pre-wired for future is still very rare. CEDIA, the Residential Body for Smart Homes has reported in their December 2014 Market report that the split of new-build to retrofit projects remains the same in 2014 as it was in 2013 at a 40%:60% split of the £910-£975 million market.