Martlesham-based software and app development agency Coderus has been listed as one of the Clutch 100 for Sustained Growth as a result of the company’s stable momentum over the years.
Coderus, located at BT’s Adastral Park in Martlesham has received the Clutch Sustained Growth Award, which is based on business-to-business providers’ absolute revenue growth from 2016 to the present day - an area in which Coderus has seen significant improvement over the years.
This remarkable achievement is a testament not only to the growth of Coderus as an app and software development company, but also to the growth of the East of England’s regional tech sector which, according to a recent Tech Nation Report is home to 24,525 digital tech firms.
Commenting on the company’s award, Mark Thomas, Founder CEO of Coderus said: “We are elated to have been chosen to be in the Clutch 100. Clutch is one of the top review bodies in the software, mobile app, embedded and IoT development industries so this recognition means a great deal to us as we continue to expand across the U.K. and internationally.”
Coderus has worked with a range of clients both overseas and locally, such as INEOS TEAM UK, who were challengers for the famed America’s Cup earlier this year and Seven Resourcing, an Ipswich-based recruitment firm, amongst many others.
Recognising the hard work and talent of his dedicated team, Mark added,
“We have to also give a shout out to our team because, without their expertise, we wouldn’t have been rated so highly by our clients and given this honor.”
“The Clutch 100 growth lists represent the top service providers based on revenue growth over the years,” said Clutch Founder Mike Beares. “Their recognition is only possible because of their willingness to participate and their commitment to delivering the best services to their clients.”
The company’s aims for the future include sustaining the consistent growth they’ve experienced, expanding their development team by recruiting more local talent and continuing to nurture the local tech environment by collaborating with the region’s educational institutes and supporting charitable organisations for young people interested in tech.