Exeter-based Software Solved hits £3m turnover

Software Solved

Software Solved is proud to announce that it has hit its £3m turnover target under the leadership of Managing Director and STEMM ambassador, Lindsay Lucas, who celebrates one year in the position.

Software Solved is an Exeter business with a UK-wide reach and in the last year Lindsay and the Software Solved team have implemented major changes across the business in order to hit the £3m turnover target.

This included, working to establish the values and purpose of the organisation, re-evaluating services to ensure they remain current, expanding the team and skills across sales and product, embracing new product thinking, re-engaging with customers to reinforce strong relationships and investing in more tools to improve collaboration.

The Software Solved team are continually pushing the creative and technical boundaries with the data solutions and custom software they build for clients. Over the last year several new products have been developed including, SurveyorTech, SurveyorTech Connect, the Data Maturity Assessment, Flexible Working Solutions and its Partner Programme.

Teamwork has also been vital to Software Solved’s success and the business has worked hard to encourage team members to reach out and become involved in local charities and initiatives such as ExIST, helping to drive the STEMM agenda across the South West and sharing knowledge and experience with the next generation of young people in tech. The team has also raised a significant amount of money for its charity Children’s Hospice South West through head shaves, bake-offs, cycling challenges and running.

Lindsay Lucas, Managing Director at Software Solved, said: “The last year has seen Software Solved develop some exciting, leading-edge products and propositions such as SurveyorTech, SurveyorTech Connect and our Flexible Resourcing and Data Maturity Assessment solutions.

“I am proud to have watched the Software Solved team evolve and thrive, both professionally and personally over the last year, never more so than in these last few challenging months. Our future focus will be on both re-building business back up to where it was pre lockdown and moving beyond that. We want to continue to be an enabler for customers, stay connected and support them to thrive in an even more competitive landscape.

“We’ll also continue to work hard to make our existing products and solutions a success and look at what’s next, so we continually adapt alongside market changes and customer needs,” concluded Lucas.

The Exeter Daily