Technology innovation business booming despite Covid

Kevin Briscoe

PR Director at Spyrosoft Ltd

The demand for technology innovation across Europe is showing no signs of slowing despite the Covid pandemic, an IT business leader has said.

Andrew Radcliffe, the Managing Director of global technology services business Spyrosoft, said the group’s revenue was up 74 per cent, for the second quarter of this year when compared with 2019.

Spyrosoft, which was co-founded by Andrew in Wroclaw in Poland in 2016, is now one of the fastest growing specialist technology companies in Europe supporting businesses globally with high-tech digital engineering projects.

“I am delighted to report a period of stability for the Spyrosoft SA Group during quarter two of 2020 despite the negative global impact of Coronavirus,” said Andrew.

“This is mainly due to our diverse customer portfolio and minimal exposure to impacted industries.

“During the quarter Spyrosoft has seen an increased demand for our technology services resulting in new customer acquisitions and additional projects from the existing customer base.

“This has enabled us to invest in the further growth of our subsidiary companies across the world with the hire of 32 additional employees, bringing the total to 477 at the end of June 2020.

“Spyrosoft SA Group was able to achieve consolidated revenue in the period of 26m Polish Zloty (approximately €5.7m), a 74 percent increase on the same period in 2019.

“I am optimistic for continued growth during the third and fourth quarters of this year leading into 2021.”