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Skydive cements partnership

The strength of the relationship between Business Micros and Sliders UK was perfectly illustrated when Ian Longbottom, Sliders UK’s Chairman arranged for Nick Bailey from Business Micros’ installation team to tick a giant challenge off his bucket list and complete a skydive from 15,000 feet.

C-Licensed skydiver Ian heard about Nick’s ambition while he was working on the installation of the Evolution and EvoNET software, and decided that a charity skydive with 60 seconds of free fall would be the perfect way to cement the partnership between the two businesses.

Nick completed the skydive recently with a tandem instructor at Black Knights parachute centre near Lancaster, jumping out of the plane just after Ian and his skydiving team had made on of their regular jumps.

Nick said: “I’d like to thank Ian and everyone at Sliders UK for making this happen. It was terrifying and exhilarating all at the same time, but as soon as I landed I did want to do it all over again.”

The skydive raised £350 for the Children’s Heart Foundation thanks to support from Nick’s colleagues and friends at Business Micros.

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From our beginnings in 1979 to where we find ourselves today, Business Micros has been at the forefront of development for innovative solutions for the uPVC Window & Door sector. Business Micros quickly became known as one of the leading developers and with a growing reputation saw significant growth in our home market.

The principles of how we operated then are the backbone of how we operate today supplying quality products backed with unrivalled levels of service. Throughout our years as a software supplier we have seen many advances in IT technologies and have continued to adapt our in-house developed products to fit, which is testament to the quality and flexible approach of the team at Business Micros.

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