A4 Systems Reveals New Brand Identity

July 7, 2020

A4 Systems Reveals New Brand Identity

A4 Systems has unveiled its new and improved logo, colour scheme, and website.



Today, A4 Systems is pleased to announce its new brand identity with a complete redesign of its colour scheme, logos, and website. These changes come at a time when the company is rapidly expanding its reach into various industries and is set for substantial growth in the near future. 

“We have had incredible growth over the past few years, and our new image has come as a natural evolution,” said Patrick Charest, CEO at A4 Systems. “We’ve gone with a more modern, innovative, professional, and simple look, which perfectly reflects how we operate and what is at the core of our technology solutions.”

The new identity features a shift from the old red and white colours to a more approachable palette of blues and greens. The new logo and visual design materials showcase a hexagonal theme, transitioning from the previous circle and square designs. Overall, the change in image creates a more high tech and professional look to the company’s image — better conveying the message of what A4 stands for. 

The re-designed website displays more pictures of people working in order to convey a sense of trust with the brand. A4 approaches every project in a collaborative way in which the company works alongside each client to identify the best road map for success in their digital transformation. Utilizing the images of people elevates the trust that visitors of the website have when browsing the new A4 site. 

Explore A4 System’s new website at https://a4.systems/


About A4 Systems Corporation

In response to the need for quality, understandable data, A4 develops Full Stack Data Management solutions, or in other words, a value chain that focuses on acquiring, aggregating, analyzing, and turning data into action. Rather than an “all-in-one” solution applicable across industries, A4 designs hardware and software systems to best integrate with each client’s legacy systems and collect data from all aspects of their operations, ensuring the highest value for the end user’s process efficiency, precision, and safety.