Tech agency expands with Bristol office launch
Fast-growing technology agency Thought Quarter is expanding its operations in the South West by opening an office in Bristol.
The company, co-founded by people and culture director Allanah Armondi and managing director Samuele Armondi, provides bespoke and high return on investment technology solutions – from e-commerce management to customer experience optimisation systems – for organisations committed to bringing about positive change societally and environmentally.
The company is helping both private sector businesses and third sector organisations to use digitisation to resolve operational challenges and capitalise on new opportunities.
One customer is Woodshop Direct, which is on a mission to reduce waste in the timber industry by providing customers with cut-to-size materials.
The company also ensures internal wastage is repurposed, such as sawdust which is used to manufacture pellets that fuels biomass boilers, and off-cuts that are sold as firewood for local residents.
Thought Quarter has created customer service-led digital solutions to enable the business to scale up their online presence, reducing the company’s wastage further.
It has also worked with CCleaner, one of the world’s top software solutions for keeping PCs virus free, to enable the business to safeguard over 2 billion computer users from external cyber threats.
Armondi said: “I’m delighted that we’ve been able to reach this significant milestone in our journey, and I’m really looking forward to seeing Thought Quarter grow in the Bristol area as we expand our presence here.
“We’re selective about the organisations we work with. Our goal is to fuel the missions of businesses, charities and not-for-profits organisations that do good in the world. This is how we contribute to true sustainability for organisations, communities, and the planet.
“We are able to achieve this through our consultancy-led approach to software development and the way we build partnerships with our clients. In the past two years, we have invested over £0.7m in our delivery processes to get to this point.
“With the opening of our new office in Bristol, we are projecting growth of 40% this year to £2m turnover.”