Software specialist launches new UK product after success with Audi and Toyota

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 22 Nov 2018

A Beverley software specialist has launched a product into the UK market following global success with the likes of Audi and Toyota.

Rison Software’s Virtl.X software allows companies to analyse internal and external processes, as well as monitor employee training to improve productivity.

Following success with well-known names such as Audi and Toyota the company has adapted its software for the UK and will manage operations from offices in Beverley.

Richard Chalk, managing director at Rison Software said: “We’ve got a great track record of helping companies all over the world improve their systems and processes but entering a new market can always be tricky.

“The local tech sector in Hull and the East Riding is really booming, so it seemed like an ideal time and place to make our move."

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The first company to begin using the software in the UK is Beverley-based Finnies Accountants.

“Bringing Finnies onboard is a fantastic way for us to enter the UK market," Mr Chalk said. “To have an established local business on board is a real vote of confidence in what we’re doing. We look forward to helping them take their business from strength to strength.

“We hope to have some more exciting announcements in the very near future.”

Finnies' company director Neil Tomlin said: “We’re delighted to be working with Rison Software to help us improve what we offer to our clients as well as our employees.

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“As a progressive company we’re always looking at ways to keep ourselves ahead of the curve and Virtl.X provides an excellent way for us to monitor how well we’re doing in one centralised place.

“We’d seen the success the company has already had worldwide so we jumped at the chance to get involved now the software has become available in the UK.”



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