Rapid growth for Cambridge Intelligence
Cambridge Intelligence is scaling up with new premises and a recruitment drive after seeing its data visualisation toolkit, KeyLines double its client list in the space of six months.
The two-year-old company has quickly gained a reputation as a disruptive industry innovator, generating interest from organisations around the world, including governments, police forces, multinational NGOs and Fortune Global 500 companies.
Its latest account win, with an undisclosed company, will see KeyLines’ data visualisation capability being deployed into one of Europe’s largest police forces.
Cambridge Intelligence CEO and creator of KeyLines, Joe Parry said: “The interest in KeyLines has been staggering. From law enforcement, to fraud detection to social media monitoring, we’ve been approached to help solve hundreds of different data visualisation problems all over the world. This latest account is particularly exciting.”
The company is actively recruiting new people to help meet the growing demand for their services. This will see the team grow to ten full-time staff – compared with just three at the same point last year.
At the same time, the company is leaving ideaSpace, the Cambridge University enterprise accelerator to move into its own new city centre offices in the spring.
Cambridge Intelligence Limited is a leading provider of network visualisation and analysis solutions. KeyLines has been deployed on solutions across law enforcement, cyber security, fraud detection, counter-terrorism, CRM, sales and social/professional networks.
• PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS: Cambridge Intelligence CEO, Joe Parry