With expansion plans to double the headcount in Woking over the next 3 years, Invotra needed more space and better facilities to achieve this. They were delighted when Jonathan Lord MP agreed to officially open the new office last Friday. In his speech, Jonathan spoke about his meeting with the company at the House of Commons in 2010, which kick started the development of the platform which became known as Invotra. He also talked about Invotra’s commitment to developing local talent and skills; a third of the workforce have come through the Government's apprenticeship scheme.
The software company celebrated their 10th anniversary last year. They started in a garage in Knaphill in 2004, so it was a very proud moment for CEO & Founder, Fintan Galvin, when they moved into Chertsey House this month, "This is another key milestone in our companies history. It’s exciting to think, what this office move will do for the productivity, innovation and ultimately the future growth of the company. The apprenticeship scheme has been a huge success. Without the dedication and commitment of the team we wouldn’t have won projects with the Home Office, HMRC and DWP and got where we are today."
After the ribbon cutting guests and staff were invited into the new office for a tour. The guest list included local business people, civil servants and clients.
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