by Mail Manager
2 Sep, 2019

Robert Bird Group, the privately-owned global consulting engineering firm, with over 650 staff across more than 11 global offices, is the latest engineering firm to choose Mail Manager to improve their email management.

Established in 1982, the company is committed to delivering each client’s vision through the relentless pursuit of engineering excellence across all projects. They specialise in services across five core disciplines:

  • Structural engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Construction engineering
  • Geotechnical engineering (UK & Middle East)
  • Virtual Design & Construction

Having previously implemented an email management solution but finding it hard to use and not fit for purpose, Mail Manager was chosen as Robert Bird Group wanted to have control of their own data by filing emails to their infrastructure, rather than to a third-party cloud. Additionally, Mail Manager’s powerful search functionality and filing prompts presented the chance for making a big impact on fee earners productivity.

Mail Manager is already working with some of the world’s largest engineering firms, so is uniquely positioned to serve the AEC industries, having been originally designed and developed by Arup.

Mail Manager enables businesses to file and search any email in any project in seconds, without changing existing IT infrastructure or moving data to another location.

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