Synergi's Justin Short (left) and Peter Joynson
Synergi's Justin Short (left) and Peter Joynson
Richard Bell

New deals deliver £200k revenue boost for Gateshead tech company Synergi

Regional tech firm Synergi is celebrating after generating over £200k of new business in a month.

The string of deals includes a contract to supply Newcastle-based Ryder Architecture with Nintex technologies for tracking and supporting the development of new starters.

Gateshead-based Synergi will also provide Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics 365 financial cloud solutions to Hebburn-based industrial brush manufacturer Cottam Brush Ltd, which is carrying out a modernisation programme.

Other new clients include Tommee Tippee brand-owner Mayborn Group in Newcastle, which is digitising its processes using Nintex technologies; and County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service, which is investing in Synergi’s business transformation technologies to improve key areas of its operation.

Synergi currently employs a team of 20 technology and digital transformation consultants at its HQ on Watermark business park.

It has enjoyed year-on-year growth of 30%, with annual revenues due to hit £2m in the next 12 months.

Marking its fifth anniversary this year, Synergi plans to grow its presence outside the North East, including in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Peter Joynson, Synergi’s managing director, said: “We are winning more and more work, both nationally and regionally, through our focused approached on technology solutions, which deliver long term efficiencies and tangible benefits.

“As a Nintex partner, we also continue to go from strength-to-strength, delivering added value solutions to organisations through the automation of many functions that traditionally are undertaken by people.”

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