Leeds Software Development business and organisers of Agile Yorkshire, NewRedo, have celebrated a successful end to the financial year following new client projects, a team expansion, and a new investment in marketing.
NewRedo, whose clients include The British Library and Race Best, have recently been appointed as software development partners by Specialist Info, the definitive online directory of UK Hospital Consultants and GPs. The directory, established in 1998, is used by 1000s of professionals a day, including lawyers, pharmaceutical companies, medical charities and those in the medical research field.
Emma Taylor, who was recently appointed as MD at Specialist Info, explained
“Co-founder of NewRedo, Royd and his team really came to our rescue and provided a calming presence when we needed it most. With their help, we were able to resolve some previous issues we were facing with our database. As a result of this, we’ve now appointed the team to work on some further projects, to add improved functionality and to provide us with regular development support.”
NewRedo have also continued their partnership with long standing clients, including occupational health company, Peritus Health Management, for whom the team have built a brand new workflow management system. This has replaced their off-the-shelf, existing setup which wasn’t suited to the business’ growing needs, further expanding functionality and allowing Peritas to better support and automate their workflows. The system itself is used by GPs across the UK.
The business has also expanded its team with four new software engineers in the last quarter, plus they’ve appointed Leeds Digital Marketing Consultant, Gabriella Papaiacovou, to help boost the company’s online profile and support their Agile Yorkshire offering.
Co-founder Royd Brayshay commented on the good news: “The success we’ve seen over the last quarter is really a testament to our hard-working team, especially under the challenging circumstances we’ve all found ourselves in recently. We’re delighted to have been reappointed on projects with existing clients and are thrilled to be able to work with some new local businesses in the coming months.”