Tech business that's worked with Shell and Network Rail, hopes to attract "future talent" with move to Nottingham Innovation Park

By Karen Antcliff

A Nottingham tech firm that has relocated to The Ingenuity Centre at the University of Nottingham Innovation Park (UNIP), is hoping to attract future talent.

Intoware is a digital workflow automation software business and says its move from its original base in West Bridgford will help to support future innovation and growth.

Since becoming established in 2015, the firm has worked with firms including Shell, Petrofac, Network Rail, Welsh Water and Rimstock.

Keith Tilley, Intoware’s chief executive officer, said: "A key benefit of this new location [on Triumph Road] is that it enables our team to network with like-minded tech-driven SMEs thanks to its shared working spaces. This will better support future innovation as we expand into new global markets by delivering industry-leading digital workflow ‘tools’, ‘real-time’ data and expert service to our growing industrial client base."

Welcoming this latest addition to the site was James Chaffer, UNIP’s operations director. He said: "Workflow automation will clearly play a major role in allowing businesses to recover from the pandemic and adjust to the new ways of working, so we see great potential for Intoware to push the boundaries of this technology."

By relocating to UNIP’s incubator facility for start-up and high-growth tech-businesses, the firm hopes the company will benefit from not only "exceptional facilities" but also hopes that "its close proximity to the university will attract future talent".

Mr Tilley says that Intoware operates in markets that are of importance both locally and nationally, such as digital, big data, advanced manufacturing, energy and aerospace.

"These new collaborations and access to the university’s R&D facility will help us to better deliver on our promise of enabling digital transformation, by digitising legacy processes into easy to follow, step-by-step work instructions that are accessed via smartphones, tablets or wearable devices to improve the performance of the frontline industrial workforce through connected working."

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