12 March 2021
Software development firm, Matter of Software, has moved to new premises in the centre of Shirley.
The move comes after a number of Covid-related delays, but has finally taken place, with the company now fully operational at its new address.
Situated on the doorstep of the new Shirley central metro line stop, the new offices offers fantastic transport links to Solihull and Birmingham, with the M42 just a short drive away.
Spread over two floors, the premises offer dedicated space for different work areas, providing plenty of accommodation for the growing team, along with meeting facilities to accommodate client visits, and high-speed internet access.
Managing director, Ryan Bishop (pictured outside of the new premises), commented that the move was due to an expansion in the business' serrvices.
He said: “The business continues to expand due to businesses looking to offer digital offerings. We examined the needs of our clients and employees, and having a location that was easy to access and convenient for other facilities was high up on the wish list. Shirley was an obvious choice and we are pleased to be able to bring the team back to support the High Street.”
Following a recent recruitment drive, Matter of Software is in the process of adding a junior and senior software developers, digital business analyst, two apprentice software developers and two apprentice software testers to the team, as well as additional roles through the Government’s Kickstart scheme.
This, Matter of Software say, will enable the business to manage the expanding client base, growing portfolio of projects and ever-increasing number of internal software developments - to be launched as a service later in the year.
Despite the constraints of the pandemic, Matter of Software continues to offer a complete service to all businesses looking to improve current business operations or launch a new software to capitalise on R&D tax credits and business diversification opportunities.