Skore 2019 – a year of Growth at the Portsmouth Technopole

December 30th 2019

Portsmouth Technopole members since March 2017, Skore, the Process Mapping and Analysis Software Platform, offer an innovative new way to capture processes, engage teams and improve businesses.

Skore has continued to expand rapidly in 2019, taking over another office space at the Portsmouth Technopole.

In response to the demand for their products in 2019, they welcomed Roger Taylor, Business Advisor, as Non-Executive Director, Anna Roebuck as  Marketing Manager, Toby Reed, Development Operations Engineer, Ruben Roble as Back-end Developer and finally, Angus Sim as Strategic Business Development Manager. Their newly expanded team is just one symbol of Skore’s success in 2019 and sets them up with the resources to embrace 2020 and their new objectives with enthusiasm and confidence!

They have also launched their Skore Training and Certification programme and have run numerous Training workshops at the Technopole. Increased sales mean many more are planned for 2020.

Portsmouth Technopole Support team

“The Technopole team made it so easy for us to move in and settle in, with a superb office package which includes telephone answering and messages, reception services, mail handling, use of meeting and conference rooms and access to networking events, workshops and business support. What’s more, they have opened new trading doors for us.” Craig Willis – Co-Founder, Skore.

Dean Pascall, Portsmouth Technopole Centre Manager, commented:

“It’s great to see one of our leading lights at the Portsmouth Technopole, flourishing in 2019. We have continued to support and facilitate their expansion here at the Portsmouth Technopole, which is home to many innovative tech businesses.”

Portsmouth Technopole is an innovation centre, managed by Oxford Innovation, the UK’s leading operator of Innovation Centres. The Centre is owned by the University of Portsmouth and forms part of their Innovation Connect group of Portsmouth-based Innovation Centres.

The Year Ahead at Skore

2020 will bring new changes and challenges to the Skore team. Exciting new product developments plus collaborations with Partners are planned, to keep Skore at the leading edge of digital transformation. The Skore team looks set to grow, and Skore will be relaunching their Skrum community as part of their push to empower people to deliver successful, harmonious and healing process improvement in their organisations.

Become a Portsmouth Technopole Member

Portsmouth Technopole is an innovation centre, managed on behalf of the University of Portsmouth by Oxford Innovation, which includes a thriving ecosystem of tech businesses such as Transalis, Curatrix and Skore.

If you’d like to find out more about becoming a Portsmouth Technopole member and renting a workspace, please contact Dean Pascal the centre manager on 023 9265 8200 or request a tour.

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