The Rise and Rise of Arran Barton

The Rise and Rise of Arran Barton

Arran Barton is one of Oracle Vision’s rising stars. Starting as an engineer just seven years ago, he has moved up through the business, taking on more responsibility. Recently, he joined the management team as our Contracts Manager. We caught up with Arran to learn...
The travelling salesman: meet Jack Chatburn

The travelling salesman: meet Jack Chatburn

Jack Chatburn has only just celebrated his one-month anniversary here at Oracle Vision, but we’re ready to pounce and find out more about our new starter. In this quick interview, we meet our Commercial Field Sales Executive, find out exactly what that fancy job title...
Protect Duty: Security in Hospitals Roundtable

Protect Duty: Security in Hospitals Roundtable

In autumn 2021, we started organising an event for senior security, estates and operations folks who look after our hospitals and healthcare sites here in the North. We wanted to create an opportunity for them to meet, to chat, and to discuss one of the most important...
Women In Security in 2021

Women In Security in 2021

Oracle Vision Account Manager Annette Daniel recently attended the Women In Security Awards in London, organised by Professional Security Magazine. It was a great night out, with many women from across the profession being celebrated for their work. But it did make us...
Switching Security Contractor: A 3 Step Guide

Switching Security Contractor: A 3 Step Guide

If you’re an organisation with large, complex sites (sometimes multiple sites), security is serious business. Protecting your people and your premises requires extensive knowledge of your site, appropriate equipment and critically, a well-designed approach. With that...
Meet Amy Blendell – Coordinator of Calm

Meet Amy Blendell – Coordinator of Calm

Amy Blendell is Oracle Vision’s Service Coordinator, which makes her something of a dynamo when it comes to keeping the good ship Oracle running smoothly. In fact, on the day we did this interview, our phone lines went down – no problem for Amy, who was straight on...