UK software developer Audacia doubles headcount to 32 and opens London office

    Audacia directors Philip White and Philip Rashleigh copy

    Audacia enables its customers to improve operational efficiencies, increase competitive advantage

    Leeds, UK, 2 February 2018 – Over the past 12 months, Leeds-headquartered software developer Audacia has doubled its headcount to 32 and opened an office in central London, as the company continues to successfully implement its strategic growth plan.

    Audacia, which specialises in developing problem-solving technology for complex business critical projects, also moved into larger office space in Leeds to house its growing team of analysts, developers and testers during the same period.

    Founded in 2010, Audacia enables its customers to improve operational efficiencies, increase competitive advantage and realise the commercial benefits of innovative technologies, including virtual reality and machine learning.

    The Microsoft Gold Partner’s clients include British Gypsum, AESSEAL, Story Homes, Europcar and other clients in the manufacturing, construction and agriculture sectors.

    Audacia’s London office, which is in Bank, was opened in November to service its expanding list of clients located in the South East.

    Commenting on the company’s growth, Audacia managing director, Philip White, said: “Our point of difference has always been engaging with a business to understand its processes and problems, then developing innovative systems which give a reliable long-term solution.

    “We also understand that our technology innovations must be delivered with the highest standards of client service. Everyone at Audacia is dedicated to developing long-lasting relationships with the people and businesses we partner with. We look forward to continuing to implement this distinct approach throughout the coming year as we continue to grow the business.”

    Audacia’s expanding team has delivered a high-profile portfolio of software platforms across a range of business critical projects including construction customer portals, a global industrial sales and maintenance platform, an electric fleet and booking management system, and an agricultural commodity trading solution.

    Audacia technical director, Philip Rashleigh, added: “We have established a reputation as a critical technology partner for businesses facing large-scale complex projects and this has driven our continued expansion. Our ability to solve some of the most complicated business problems and successfully automate processes to help make or save money sets us apart. It enables us to win repeat business and generate new opportunities in every sector we target and operate in.”

    For more information visit www.audacia.co.uk

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