Systemagic joins forces with Wiltshire company to conjure up modern look

By Anita Jaynes on 6 July, 2016

A collaboration between IT specialists Systemagic and web development company Boson has led to a new look.

Systemagic launched its new brand this month with the support of project manager Fiona Major, from Boson, which is based in Bradford on Avon.

James Eades, managing director of Systemagic, said: “This has been a journey with Boson who guided and supported us to move our branding to another level which reflects our growth and continuing success. We feel the new look is contemporary and matches how we feel about the business and how our clients feel about us.”

The new brand moves away from red and black and into a pink spectrum of colours and design which now runs through all of Systemagic’s marketing tools including website, company clothing and vehicles.

For Boson, working with the Systemagic team has been a dream project which has taken five months to complete.

Fiona Major said: “As a company which builds time-saving web apps and designs worldwide, it was wonderful to work with a team right on our doorstep. The Systemagic team knew they wanted to change their branding and were happy to allow us to use our creativity to come up with a look and feel which works for them.”

Systemagic provides IT support, “cloud” services and internet connectivity solutions to growing businesses in the Bath, Wiltshire and Somerset areas. The company won the Micro Employer of the Year in the Bristol and Bath Apprentice Awards and last year managing director James Eades was shortlisted as Young Entrepreneur of the Year in the Bath Business Awards. The company’s headquarters are at Waterhouse, Monkton Combe.