Envisage and OSSM open Belfast office and launch new Noledge Group

  • Photo: Ray Ryan, Managing Director of the Noledge group

    Business software companies Envisage and OSSM have united under The Noledge Group brand and will create 10 new jobs across Belfast and Dublin within the next two years. 

    The group has recently opened a Belfast office for their enterprise resource planning (ERP) focused solutions and thus far have hired a new sales director and further technical support roles to drive future growth.

    The new jobs will be in product development, customer support services, sales and marketing, and will be based in its Belfast and Dublin offices. It will bring the total number of employees in The Noledge group to 42.

    Noledge has invested more than £100,000 to launch the new brand and will continue to market Sage and NetSuite solutions under both the Envisage and OSSM brands.

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    It will also offer its combined customer base of 375 businesses across Ireland and the UK with a range of cloud-based ERP and financial software solutions.

    Noledge forecasted that its revenue will double within the next three years, stating that "during a difficult time for many businesses, demand for Noledge’s disruptive software developments and consultancy services is on the rise with organisations seeking to maximise the value of their IT investment".

    The company is seeking to target growth in key sectors including retail, manufacturing, distribution and services.

    Ray Ryan, Managing Director of the Noledge group said: “OSSM and Envisage are two long established software solution specialists and it made a lot of sense to join our forces under The Noledge Group to bring together our brilliant people and maximise their abilities.

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    "We are the leading Irish Sage200cloud Partner and NetSuite Solution Provider and use our combined knowledge to help companies find the ideal technology platform to best address their unique needs and business challenges.

    “While businesses face pressing challenges in the form of both COVID-19 and Brexit, we firmly believe that there are additional, fundamental long-term changes underway in how both customers and employees engage with businesses using technology.

    "Those businesses that are prepared to embrace disruptive technology and capitalise on these benefits are best placed to survive and grow. Our job is to help bring about these disruptive changes to enable our customers compete in what is an explosively evolving business transactional environment.”

    Source: Written from press release

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