Wednesday 9 November 2016
Connexica is pleased to announce it has been selected to participate in the ninth TechMarketView Little British Battlers (LBB) event on 15th November. As one of just 12 SMEs selected to participate, Connexica will have a chance to present their company to the TechMarketView analyst team to discuss their strategy and receive constructive feedback. Connexica will also receive a write-up in UKHotViews, the most widely read daily commentary on the UK tech sector, and feature in a research report available through TechMarketView.
Connexica has been recognised for its innovative solutions and products finding success when competing against larger international organisations.
This year, Connexica has pushed the boundaries of CXAIR, its search-powered analytics solution, with an innovative project at Kent County Council through the Kent Intelligence Network (KIN). The KIN looks to join together 16 different local authorities within the Kent region for the purpose of identifying cases of fraud from discrepancies in data. This project is the first of its kind, with Connexica successfully competing against a number of large international technology companies to win the contract. This is due to both the innovative technology underpinning the solution and Connexica’s wider company ethos.
“It is wonderful to be recognised by TechMarketView as a leading British technology SME. We look forward to working with TechMarketView and are proud to stand among the successful candidates representing the rapidly growing UK technology market“
– Greg Richards, Sales and Marketing Director, Connexica
2016 has seen Connexica celebrate their ten year anniversary, develop new solutions and implement their solutions into a range of new organisations and sectors. 2017 looks set to be another promising and exciting year for Connexica.
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