A Welsh pioneering data technology business has reported a 450% increase in growth in its second year in business.

De Novo Solutions was founded by the original pioneers of Oracle SaaS Cloud over a decade ago.

Headquartered in Langstone, near Newport, with a satellite office in Guildford, de Novo Solutions was founded by chief executive, Mark Sweeny, in June 2021.

Since this time, the specialist SME digital consultancy has utilised both ServiceNow and Oracle Saas cloud technologies to add significant value to private and public sector organisations.

The startup has successfully scaled its headcount to 35 and achieved an impressive seven-figure turnover over the last 12 months and is forecast to more than double during 2023.

Sweeny said: “Having been one of the original pioneers of SaaS Cloud applications a decade ago, we established de Novo Solutions to take advantage of the evolution that has occurred within the technology platforms that are now defining the experience economy.

“With a clear vision to disrupt typical cloud and SaaS implementation and support services, we are committed to transforming the world of work and maximising return on investment through the provision of data driven personalised experiences over standardised business processes.

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“Within just 18 months of launching, we have already scaled our headcount, secured valuable contracts with public and private sector organisations, and are now working on developing revolutionary industry cloud solutions that will transform how organisations operate.

“I am incredibly excited for the future of de Novo Solutions and am very proud of what we have achieved to date…so watch this space.”

Sweeny previously founded the successful Certus Solutions, a pioneer of Oracle SaaS Cloud, acquired by tech giant Accenture in 2018.

Now the only digital consultancy SME in the UK to combine expertise in both Oracle and ServiceNow technologies to create industry leading cloud solutions, de Novo is committed to developing IT talent of the future and plans to unveil the launch of its own revolutionary tech solutions by mid 2023.

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