A MARKET-leading mobile technology asset management provider has invested more than £1m this year to redevelop its innovative software systems.
Arnlea Systems, which recently expanded by doubling its office space with a move to Johnstone House in Aberdeen, has built on the success of its existing products to create Intrinsix, a mobile and auto-ID technology system combining all the firm’s innovative products, enabling clients to manage their supply chain and operations more effectively and safely from warehouse to field operations.
It utilises mobile and AIDC (automatic identification and data capture) technology to support inventory, logistics and operations management, and is aimed at transforming the process of capturing data and managing assets.
The comprehensive supply chain and operations management product set has been designed by Arnlea’s in-house team, which has tripled to 30 in the last year to support the growth and development of the company, and there are ambitious plans to further expand the specialist team to 50 in the coming months.
The integrated software, which is available as a complete solution or in separate modules, provides a fully managed programme to record information, capture inspection and maintenance results, and manage and track clients’ materials and equipment across the world. The system is set to benefit a range of industries including, oil and gas, renewables, nuclear, petrochemical, chemical, utilities, pharmaceutical and manufacturing.
Arnlea Systems managing director, Allan Merritt, said: “Over the past 20 years, Arnlea has invested considerably in product development with more than £10 million devoted to evolving our technology and product set to meet and exceed our clients’ needs. This year, we have been focused on driving our Intrinsix product, which will help to provide tangible benefits for our clients, with more control of their assets, increased operational efficiency, regulatory compliance benefits and costs savings, whilst also improving safety.
“Intrinsix essentially helps to bridge the gap between clients’ office-based corporate operational data and the ‘coalface’, using handheld technology to transform the way operational tasks are performed, helping to optimise their inspection and repair process, ensure compliance with industry regulations and manage assets during the entire life cycle.
“As a market leader in this sector, Arnlea has established a wealth of expertise and knowledge in supply chain and operations management, and in the past year we have grown exceptionally with increased global demand, which has enabled us to expand our team, capabilities and resources. Launching Intrinsix to the market is another stage in our strategic business plans, as we target further growth and broaden our product development to provide clients with the latest technology solutions.”
Arnlea, which was founded in 1994, has experienced rapid growth in the last year. The firm, which secured a £5.5m investment package in a private equity and management buy-out six months ago, has robust strategic plans for international expansion over the next three years. The firm is already working with a number of blue chip clients operating globally in the oil and gas and chemical markets.
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