Sheffield software firm opens up in London

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Sheffield-based software developer 3Squared has opened an office in London, as part of expansion plans in the South of England.

The office, which is in St Pauls, East London, will provide a base for the firm’s national and international work serving clients predominantly in the rail, construction and manufacturing sectors.

James Fox, commercial director said: “This is an exciting time for our business, as our reputation for mobile and tablet software development is spreading.

“Many of our clients are in the South of England, so it made perfect sense to establish new offices in London.

“This will provide us with the ideal base to further enhance our service to customers in the area.”

The company, which employs 25, also updated its corporate identity and trademarked its brand name.

James Fox added: “We have been established since 2002 and our company name and reputation has grown in the industry.

“By having it trademarked, we hope to protect the business. We have also slightly updated the look and feel of our logo to better reflect our technological aspirations.”

3Squared is a software development consultancy with offices at Fountain Precint in Sheffield city centre and London.

The company has more than 10 years of experience in helping organisations use the latest technology to overcome business problems, improve efficiency and save money.

It is working on a mobile app that helps rail passengers find their way around unfamiliar stations which has already won a Rail Customer Experience Award.

It received £50,000 to develop Station Master.

Last year, 3Squared’s revenues grew by 50 per cent thanks to winning new clients in the transport and construction industries.