News

Top 5 reasons why going paperless is a necessary business move in 2017.

You might think we are a little bias on this point, and hey that’s probably true, but if you’re still managing important business processes on paper…

Continue Reading


Smart Meters – How Successful?

As time ticks on we are getting closer and closer to the government’s deadline for smart meters being rolled out in every UK home. But what exactly…

Continue Reading


Our incubator facility for start ups in Manchester!

We’ve created a free incubator facility for local businesses and we’re calling for start ups in the area to join us!   We’re offering free desk…

Continue Reading


3 Top Tips for Taking Action on #NationalCleanAirDay

#NationalCleanAirDay So June 15th is #NationalCleanAirDay, what does that mean? Well, National Clean Air Day is coordinated by Global Action Plan and…

Continue Reading


Our latest apprentice!

We recently appointed Alex Harker (21) in the role of social media and marketing apprentice. Alex, who is the second apprentice to be recruited by…

Continue Reading


10 Important Tips for Effectively Managing Your Mobile Workforce

Appreciate Your Workers Notice your engineers are smashing their KPI’s? Maybe they’re getting the job done quicker than everyone else? Has a customer…

Continue Reading


World Environment Day – Decrease Your Carbon Footprint

This week, in light of World Environment Day, we have a new release on the fissara website showing how we’re the number one software to support…

Continue Reading


O2 using innovative software from fissara!

Telecoms giant O2 has implemented a new field-force management system created by fissara. O2 will use our digital platform to tackle the complex…

Continue Reading


Canal & River Trust harness latest technology to maintain historic waterway assets

Software developer fissara has been awarded the contract to provide its groundbreaking field force solution to engineering specialist AMCO,…

Continue Reading


Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week

A lover of Japanese culture and known affectionately amongst his work colleagues as Banzi, nineteen-year-old Josh Layton has not looked back since…

Continue Reading