Since 1998 passion for IT

Newsoft was born as a craft company and to create it is a young and proactive entrepreneur from Bagnolo Piemonte, Carlo Geuna, who wants to discover and test himself.

From the beginning, mainly, characterized by the assembly, sale and service of personal computers, the business grows, offering to more and more clients, new opportunities and innovative services: in information technology, in the development of networks and also in the area of printing systems, sector of which, Newsoft has been a certified reseller of Epson brand, for severals years. The path hasn’t always been easy, indeed there have been many difficulties, always faced with “artisan mentality”: a way of thinking made of mind, heart, ambition, curiosity, wish to grow and to improve.

The 1st April 2022 Newsoft becomes Newsoft Technology srl.

This new legal form is the result of the company’s effort in the direction of a continuous search for the organisation which best suits needs of market, costantly evolving.

 

Newsoft and the environment : ESG certification for the sustainability 

The UN Agenda 2030 and 17 Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs   are the focus of many discussions. They are part of a big program, covering 193 UN members country, which consists of setting sustainable goals in bussines plan.

This is how standard “ESG-SDGs Rating: 2022” certificato sotto accreditamento and evaluates how the management system of an organization or a product can achieve the objectives expected in relation to ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) measuring the path of the company or products towards sustainable development.

Newsoft’s printers comply with the CAM (Minimum Environmental Criteria) requirements or those environmental requirements, by Decree of the Ministry of Ecological Transition, defined for the various stages of the purchase process, aimed at identifying the design solution, the best environmental product or service throughout the life cycle, taking into account market availability. This ensures that national policy on green public procurement isn’t  effective only in the objective of reducing environmental impacts, but in the objective of promoting more sustainable production and consumption, “circular” and spreading “green” employment.