A NORTH-east headquartered software solutions group has reported being on track to achieve $2.5 million revenue for 2021/22, making it their best year since establishing in 2010.
Intellicore, part of the Human-Centered Technology Group has clinched the group’s latest contract which sees them confirmed as the technology partner of choice for global short-term immigration compliance management firm, Nomadic, which is a subsidiary of Fragomen, the world’s largest immigration firm.
This partnership will see Intellicore support Nomadic with the development of their Traveller Management Software, ‘Modified in-line’.
Since the start of the year the group, which includes marine software specialists Seall, have secured 6 new contract wins across geographies including Mexico, USA, Cyprus, The Netherlands, India and Turkey. This has seen them increase their headcount by 10 new members, with a further five expected to be added before the end of the year.
Managing Director of Intellicore, Barry Booth said: “2021 has been a particularly strong year for our group with us working across multiple sectors and geographies to support business with development software solutions as well as taking products to market for them. We are thrilled to be supporting Nomadic during what is a particularly exciting phase of the business for them.”
Marc Geer, Operations Director Fragomen said: “We began working with Intellicore towards the end of 2019, and over the last 18 months we have built a robust and scalable system that has been embraced by many of the largest corporations globally. I believe that one of the primary reasons for the success is that we have a dedicated, knowledgeable and scalable team within Intellicore. They have grown to understand our business and have become an integral part of our team and future. Intellicore have provided not only experienced and thoughtful Software Engineers but an all-encompassing project management approach, providing the requisite visibility and insight into all aspects of the work being undertaken.”