Another record year for Godel as turnover increases 62% to over £9 million in FY2016
Godel, the nearshore software development company, has reported its annual turnover has reached over £9 million for the year to December 2016. This is a 62% increase in turnover from the same period last year when revenues reached over £5.5 million.
A string of high profile client wins in 2016 including Virgin Holidays, Jet2, Rentalcars, Clifford Thames, Boden and First Utility means that the company has recorded another record trading year and will look to add another 100 employees across its operations in Manchester and Minsk, Belarus in 2017 – taking its total to 450 staff.
“Our clients have one thing in common – the need for technology to scale at the same rate or faster than their market and business demands,” explains Neil Turvin, chief executive, Godel.
“Quality of our software development is paramount over scale alone. Whether they need high quality resource to supplement an existing team internally, or they need to create a brand new high performing software development team, Godel provides the ‘agile’ skill set, technology expertise and manpower to deliver the solution quickly.”
Technology trends are also playing their part in the growth. The requirement for organisations to house data, analyse it and make data driven decisions has seen demand for Godel’s business intelligence software skills multiply over ten-fold in 2016, and will continue to drive the business forward in 2017.
No longer is data driven decision making the monopoly of the C-suite, but the balance of power has shifted from IT to the business – including departmental heads – which means its not just required by the IT director, but also by the CEO, CFO, COO, head of marketing, sales, purchasing and customers.
Companies like Jet2, Clifford Thames, Manheim, CACI and Snapfulfil have all invested in business intelligence solutions in 2016 that allow them to analyse customer behaviour, better understand trends, peaks and troughs and seasonality in their business to make faster, more accurate real-time business decisions.
“In 2017 technology is the business – digitisation has taken hold in every industry and provides the business a platform for increased commercial success –we are there to help organisations deliver it quickly and efficiently,” concludes Neil Turvin.