Celebrating our 30th Anniversary planting 30 trees

Tree planting
Shireburn staff, family and friends gather to celebrate the company’s 30th Anniversary by planting 30 Maltese indigenous trees at the Sant’Antnin Family Park in Marsascala.

As part of our 30th anniversary and our corporate social responsibility initiatives, Shireburn Software has donated 30 Maltese indigenous trees to the Sant’Antnin Family Park in Marsascala. Management, staff and their families gathered to celebrate the success of the company last Saturday 6th April and give back to the community and environment by planting these 30 trees.

“Shireburn Software is all about creating solutions to better manage business processes, with financial and document management systems that help reduce the need for paper and storage”, said John de Giorgio, Managing Director. “We felt that tree planting was a natural fit for the occasion and hope to return to the site in years to come to enjoy the outcome and hopefully plant more trees.”

Shireburn Software is a software products company that specialises in assisting clients in identifying improvements to their business processes and addressing these through the application of information technology. The Shireburn Business Suite offers a complete integrated multi-channel solution with support for retail, distribution, salesman’s tablets and an e-Commerce offering. The Shireburn Freight System and Document Management system are also leading products that integrate with the Business Suite. The company has also recently taken one of their latest software developments, Concessionaire Analyzer+ for airports, to an international level. With a 34 strong team, Shireburn Software continues to expand its client base, product line as well as its resources in order to continue to cater for the local market, from small one-man businesses to larger corporations as well as the international market.


Shireburn Software supports New Leaf with purchase of New Lightbox

Shireburn supports New LeafShireburn Software continues to support New Leaf, a non-profit voluntary organisation whose objective is to preserve the books at The National Library and promote the use of public libraries.

Shireburn Software has sponsored the purchase of a light-box that will be used by professional restorers to be able to view, assess and analyse documents and books that require restoration. This project forms part of the Shireburn Software 30th Anniversary CSR plan to continue to contribute towards our society.

Amongst its list of objectives, New Leaf aims to preserve books at The National Library with specialists and equipment, convert the National Library’s hand written library cards to a database, organise book cleaning training and volunteers, convert the out-dated cassette based audio books to MP3, publicise the need for volunteers and promote the use of the national and public libraries.

“Shireburn Software is all about knowing what information you have and where, digitising data and document management, so we see New Leaf as a perfect partner for our CSR efforts,” said John de Giorgio, Managing Director, Shireburn Software. “We are more than happy to play our part in giving these priceless books, some of which are pieces of world history and heritage, the attention they truly deserve.”

For more information on New Leaf and how to help by donating time or money, please contact Monique Chambers on 99891722, monique@newleaf.org.mt or visit http://www.newleaf.org.mt