Welcome to the wonderful Pcounter Wood!
January 27, 2014
We’re delighted to welcome Altman Integrated Technologies Ltd (AIT) on board with our woodland restoration project!
AIT is a Leeds-based provider of print and copy management solutions. Their ingenious ‘Pcounter’ software helps organisations across the country minimise their environmental impact by reducing their paper, ink and toner usage and waste, thereby helping to create greener and more efficient work places.
Now AIT are taking things a step further by working with us to help protect and enhance the environment and local Yorkshire Dales landscape by supporting our tree planting programme with a generous donation.
An area of recently planted native broadleaf woodland on the Bolton Abbey estate near Skipton has been named the ‘Pcounter Wood’, and one tree will be dedicated in this special young woodland on behalf of each of AIT’s clients purchasing Pcounter software updates, support and maintenance.
Alan Christie, Business Development Director at AIT said: “As many companies struggle to improve their carbon footprint and really do ‘their bit’ for the environment, this is a new and innovative way that Pcounter customers can easily improve their commitment to the environment for the better. We are delighted to be able to work with YDMT on this project which is supporting one of the most beautiful areas of the UK”.
Chris Lodge, Woodland Officer here at YDMT, added: “We are very happy to be working with the team at AIT who share our passion for trees and the environment. By dedicating a tree for each of their customers in this young woodland AIT are playing a crucial role in restoring broadleaf woodlands in the Yorkshire Dales for future generations. We’d like to thank AIT and all their customers for kindly supporting this work”.
Find out more on the AIT website.