Contigo outlines ambitious growth plans

Contigo outlines ambitious growth plans

Solihull software firm Contigo has revealed ambitious plans to double its headcount to 80 staff over the next five years as it continues to grow.

Contigo, which has grown year-on-year since its launch in 2006, has been forced to move office five times in the last 10 years due to its continued growth.

It now finds itself moving into a new office at Radcliffe House offices in the centre of Solihull as it looks to spark its latest recruitment drive.

The business creates software that is used by energy businesses including Ecotricity, Energy Team, Extra Energy, Centrica and First Utility, as well as companies across Europe.

Co-founder and managing director, Adrian Bullock, said: “We are delighted that our growth has enabled us to move to the prestigious Radcliffe House offices in the centre of Solihull.

“We began trading from the Blythe Valley Innovation Centre in Solihull, and had to move to larger offices there a number of times as we grew, so it’s great to now have a large office space that has room for future expansion and has been fitted out to reflect the modern and innovative nature of our business.

“We are employing talented developers, business consultants and customer service professionals and expect to be recruiting on a regular basis over the coming years, as our business continues to grow.”

In the last 18 months the company has won new clients in the UK, Switzerland, Denmark and Germany.