STC INSISO announces successful first year following merger
Aberdeen-based STC INSISO has reported a turnover figure of £3.8 million in their first year since STC Global and INSISO merged in early 2021, an increase of £1m compared to the separate companies combined previous years.
The amalgamated problem-solving company has welcomed 14 new clients over the past 12 months, including HS2 Euston, East West Rail, Peel Ports and Sky Futures.
Mark Rushton, CEO at STC INSISO said: “Bringing STC Global and Insiso together at the start of 2021 has allowed us to position our business performance improvement solutions across new markets, diversifying our offering as we enter into industries such as medical, rail, renewables and marine.
“As we look forward into 2022, our focus will be further growth into our products and services, building successful partnerships while continuing to meet evolving customer expectations.”
STC INSISO will imminently kick-off some exciting projects within the UK water industry using their flagship root cause analysis tool COMET. They also plan to deliver an equality, diversity and inclusion product targeting the UK engineering, construction, and rail sectors.
Arrash Nekonam, chief technology officer, added: “After a strong first year of STC INSISO’s journey, and as we start to see our ambitious growth plans in action, it’s also the perfect time to unveil our new brand identity and website.
“The new website reflects our fresh approach to problem-solving and complements our strategic development moving into 2022.”
The problem-solving specialists have plans to expand their team over the coming months, recruiting experts in the areas of learning and development, marketing, and software development to further strengthen their offering.