Is it too late to round up our highlights of last year? Maybe, so we’ll make it quick, and then tell you about all the great things we’ve got planned for 2023.
2022 best bits
We would have started with mentioning our cool new office, but we have literally just packed up and left after 351 days of umming and ahing whether it was too cold and expensive (it was). So, we will begin instead with giving a shout out to Rikesh, the new junior DevOps engineer who joined us on the Kickstart scheme after studying maths at Cambridge and Warwick.
Two of our big clients were acquired. Kingpin were bought by The Marketing Practice and Oneninefive, became part of the Agent3 group. Good news for both companies and kept us busy with migration work and bringing new teams up to speed with their software.
We launched V3 of award-winning data management and lead generating platform, Argus. And released Enrich B2B, a joint venture data enrichment tool that validates contact and company data by using real-time lookups against LinkedIn profiles returning a validation score.
There’s lots more too to mention, but if we have to pluck some highlights:
What’s happening in 2023
There are exciting global plans!
We’re venturing out in east Africa and opening High Digital, Kenya. To support existing clients here and look at others, we’re planning on expanding the office and recruiting a dedicated team.
Our project manager in Delhi, Amit, is relocating to the UK. And all of us in the UK are travelling to India for a much-looked-forward-to gettogether. It’s been far too long.
Leads United, our own product, will be launching – as a minimum viable product – in March. If you’re interested in a data-sharing marketplace, get in touch we can add you as a beta tester. We’re excited about this one, so get involved.
We have two more client projects – based around AI and data – that are strictly confidential, so watch this space.
Cyber security work is high on the agenda too. And soon we should have our cyber essentials government certification in place.
There’s lots to do, so we’d better stop writing blogs and get a wriggle on. Happy new year!