Technology: The Week in Technology - Spark wins Hornbill Service Management brief

Spark Communications has been retained by Hornbill Service Management after a four-way pitch.

Hornbill provides IT service management software that helps companies such as Comet and Toyota Motorsport to offer improved levels of IT service internally.

Jargon Public Relations has been appointed by computer monitoring firm InQuira as its retained agency after a competitive pitch. InQuira's products let firms check online feedback forms and call-centre queries electronically. Jargon Public Relations will handle a media and analyst relations campaign for InQuira, with a brief to target the technology and business media to raise the firm's profile.

Six Degrees has won the UK retained account for mobile phone accessory firm Case-Mate. The main focus of the activity will be media relations aimed at the consumer tech and lifestyle media.

Case-Mate is an American brand known for hi-tech mobile phone accessories including carbon-fibre casings and protection for iPads.

The firm's products are sold in stores including The Carphone Warehouse, and DSG Group stores.

Napier Partnership has been called in by Chinese data storage firm UIT to establish the brand and build sales in Europe. UIT was founded in 2001 and its products include memory centres for computers and CCTV.

mobileSQUARED, the mobile research analyst firm, has chosen Mi liberty to launch a PR campaign for Mobile Consumer Trends.

MCT is a database that provides forecasts on consumer usage habits towards the mobile internet, mobile apps, mobile commerce, opt-in messaging, mobile advertising reach and engagement in the US and UK.

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