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AgileTek looks forward to 2019

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AgileTek has announced a record year, reporting a 165% increase in external sales and adding several new clients to the roster. The results come as AgileTek celebrate four successful years in business, with contract awards approaching £1 million in 2018. The business has done this whilst also building its presence in Aberdeen, the Middle East and the Far East, including Malaysia and Taiwan.

The company, which has doubled its workforce in the past 12 months, became part of Tekmar Group plc, a market-leading technology provider of protection systems for subsea cable, umbilical and flexible pipes and offshore engineering services, in June 2018. AgileTek will provide a key element of Tekmar Group’s service, supporting a range of international clients on some of the world’s biggest offshore energy projects.

Steve Rossiter, Managing Director of AgileTek, said: “AgileTek has grown rapidly since its inception four years ago and the business continues to evolve. 2018 has been an incredibly exciting year and has seen us achieve an exponential increase in external sales”.

“This year we launched our new business division, AgileDat, opening up an exciting range of new possibilities allowing us to enhance our digital offering and offer unrivalled multidisciplinary expertise. AgileDat was created in response to the acceleration of digital change and we’re confident that 2019 will continue to build on the success of 2018.”

“We genuinely believe we can change the world through our combination of traditional engineering with cutting edge software, cloud and big data technologies. This gives us an unrivalled ability to efficiently evaluate and quantify risks to offshore assets during design, procurement, manufacture, installation and decommissioning, and we look forward to building this offer and sharing it with the world.”

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