PRESS RELEASE: Sysdoc launch flagship product, the Gifts, Hospitalities and Conflicts Register

Thomas Bugler

LONDON – 16th September 2019 – Today Sysdoc is excited to announce the launch of the flagship product in our digital range, the Sysdoc Gifts, Hospitalities and Conflicts Register (GHC); now available to purchase.

Built in-house by our Digital Experience team, the GHC is a fully-transparent tool which allows your teams to report gifts, hospitalities and conflicts with clarity and integrity, no matter what your size of business.

The GHC provides intuitive yet highly granular reporting, refined by declaration type, time, location and department.

Ease of use was prioritised from the outset having been developed with human centred design at its heart and it leverages your organisation’s existing infrastructure through seamless integration with Microsoft Office 365.

The GHC is already used by some of the world’s leading organisations. A global Telco provider operating across 20 different markets uses the GHC to simplify their compliance process into an easily understandable, accessible and transparent platform.

Our Head of Digital Experience, Talwyn Whetter said “This is an exciting move for us – taking our 30 years knowledge of key business problems and delivering an outstanding, user centric product that is easily deployable into any business. ”

Our UK CEO, Clare Hill said “I am proud of our forward-thinking team creating a product which is enabling us to deliver the future of work. The GHC is an intuitive, clear and accountable tool, I am confident it will drive benefits for many businesses.”

Desiree Botica, NZ’s CEO, is excited to provide the New Zealand market with the GHC as a simple to use tool, enabling clear and transparent reporting.

Key benefits:

  • Granular reporting
  • Guided user experience
  • Automated workflows
  • Microsoft Office 365 integration.

To find out more about the GHC, and to request a demo, follow this link:

It’s compliance, in a simpler, smarter way.

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Sysdoc UK contact: [email protected]

Sysdoc NZ contact: [email protected] 

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About Sysdoc

At Sysdoc, we work with organisations to transform their businesses and to build the skills and capability essential for the future of work.

Applying our 32-year track record in process simplification, innovative learning, change management, and user experience, we lead organisations through digitally driven transformation and enable people to work in simpler, smarter ways.

Our Business Transformation methods deliver future proofed organisations who are obsessed with customers, digitally enabled, operationally excellent and confidently engaging their teams in new ways of working.

We support this through our multi award-winning learning which applies powerful use of technology, experiential techniques, and intelligent data analytics to ensure people are engaged, retain knowledge and learn.

Rapid digital change is driving today's businesses. Our Digital Experience solutions take a design-led approach providing customers and staff personalised, trusted and immediate access to information and tools using web, cloud, mobile, social, and artificial intelligence technology.

For over more than 30 years, we have delivered sustainable business solutions that can be characterised by quality, integrity and commitment. A proven track record and honest ways of working have led to numerous long-term partnerships with global clients. Our people are passionate about doing the best for you.


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