Reflecting on another busy year for Eclipse

As 2022 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on Eclipse Digital Solutions Ltd’s achievements over the past 12 months.

The UK began the New Year with a strong sense of re-awakening after what might have seemed like a two-year hibernation. The pandemic did affect Eclipse of course, though we entered 2022 at a canter.

Three major projects to manage for the Ministry of Justice including a major perimeter project, a control room upgrade and installing CCTV into multiple houseblocks were in addition to the ongoing maintenance contract Eclipse was proud to retain, providing emergency call out and maintenance support to 20 HMP sites across the country.

We’ve established relationships with new customers throughout 2022, providing CCTV and software to an airport as well as working with NHS trusts to ensure that they can keep their people and assets safe and secure.

Eclipse’s operations director Scott Nuttall said: “We have had an exciting year, not only in delivering a wide range of projects but also ensuring our engineers have kept up to date with and received the required training.

“Our team’s hard work meant we achieved Cyber Essentials and SSAIB to add to the accreditations we already hold, which reinforces our commitment to providing a cost effective and quality service to existing and new customers alike.”

Alan Drinkwater, Eclipse’s managing director, added: “We thought we might experience a dip in 2022 due to problems globally, but we have been just as busy as in previous years.

“This is testament to the excellent team here at Eclipse and we are really excited by the prospect of what 2023 holds for the company.”

The management team and everyone at Eclipse Digital Solutions Ltd would like to wish customers, suppliers and contacts a restful Christmas and healthy and successful New Year. We look forward to catching up with you in early 2023.