Irish technology firm moves to Birmingham Science Park Aston
Irish technology firm Capricorn Ventis has recently taken space at Birmingham Science Park Aston, having previously set up their England-based branch in Leeds.
“It quickly became apparent that Birmingham was the right location for the office,” says business development director Glenn Morrill, “both because of its location at the centre of the transport network, and because of the wider ICT infrastructure in the Heart of England, West Midlands region.”
Capricorn Ventis, who are a business and technology consultancy company that specialise in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Business Intelligence (BI), currently work with software groups QlikTech and Oracle to provide business information to their clients, mainly through cloud computing systems.
Morrill says: “A lot of companies are data rich but information poor: that is they have access to vast amounts of data but problems in getting it to make commercial sense. What we do is provide systems that give them that ability, meaning that the length of time data analysis projects can take are cut from months or even years to just days and weeks.”
Matthew Hidderley, Business Development Manager at Birmingham Science Park Aston, said:
“We were pleased to attract the technology based business from Ireland to Birmingham as part of the flexible support package for overseas companies looking to locate in Birmingham. Since joining the Park, Capricorn Ventis have capitalised on the support available to them, achieving their high growth plans and are looking forward to the future.”
Pictured: The Capricorn Ventis team at Birmingham Science Park Aston, with Business Development Manager Matthew Hidderley.