Barnsley software firm hits the target

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A Barnsley software company has expanded its team after a period of growth in which the firm completed its 100th project.

Target Information Systems, which specialises in creating bespoke database systems for clients struggling to cope with excessive amounts of data management, has expanded it’s team to 10.

The Gawber company’s software works by extracting information from a database and turning it into intelligence; for example as digital dashboards, reports, escalations and email alerts.

Their client portfolio includes a Coca-Cola Enterprises plant in Wakefield, seven NHS acute trusts, Kier Group, Pret a Manager, 2K Games and Decathlon.

Phil Atkinson, director, said: “We’re delighted to have expanded our team to 10, this is due to winning projects and seeing our list of clients grow bigger than ever before. We’ve now have four computer programmers as part of our team which is enabling us to expand.

“Each system that we create is tailor-made to the client’s wants and specifications. We pride ourselves on going into a company, no matter how big or small, that is overrun with excessive amounts of data and creating a manageable system that works for them.

“As part of our 100th project, we created a contract management system for Oasis Dental Care. Whether it’s a dental company, a games publisher or a food processing company, we can help improve information management and reporting for anyone.”

The company formed in 2010 and took on a new recruit last year to keep up with demand.