Introducing Qaixen

After a few months of work behind the scenes we are excited to share Qaixen with you. Qaixen is a digital workspace consultancy with a difference. We will bring a fresh approach to traditional IT consultancies by adopting a continuous improvement model.

Qaixen, founded by experienced software consultants Randy Perkin-Smart and Peter Baddeley, will provide expert guidance to companies looking to adopt Microsoft cloud technologies.

Explaining the Name

The word Qaixen is our alternative spelling of Kaizen (pronocuned /kʌɪˈzɛn/). Kaizen is a Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement of working practices, personal efficiency, etc. We aim to improve not just our own businesses but others too. Hence our slogan…

Improve, repeat.

…builds on the origins of our name.

Challenging the Traditional Consultancy

Randy and Peter were both tired of the current models for engaging external assistance with Software Projects. Contracting in resources is a lottery in terms of quality, with significant upfront costs and lack of ongoing relationship. The alternative of engaging a software consultancy, frequently means high fees and a focus on short term deliverables. The result for the customer is high costs, and a relationship which will not last.

Qaixen, as its name indicates, is a business which will be focused on building long term relationships with customers. It can ensure that successful improvement by working with the best resources, at an attractive price compared to traditional consultancies.

Can we Help

Qaixen’s focus is helping organisations with their Digital Workspace Projects. We have significant experience in delivering Intranets, Document Management Solutions, Collaboration Platforms and CRM Systems. Are background is in Microsoft technologies including SharePoint, Dynamics and Office 365.

If you are thinking about moving to the Microsoft cloud, why not drop us a line to see how we can help? Already working with a vendor on moving to Office 365, why not let us do a free workshop to see how you could do it better?