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By: vicky | January 25, 2018

Coderus at Developher awards

The annual DevelopHER awards – created to recognise women in tech – was once again a great success and the team at Coderus is proud to have been a part of such a well-received event.

At Coderus we are committed to making working in technology more accessible for everyone. We work with a range of organisations and education providers to make that happen, including schools. colleges and universities across the region, the Suffolk Creative Computing Club, and SyncDevelopHER, which was founded in 2013 to promote gender equality in the technology industry in East Anglia.

The DevelopHER Awards is an annual not for profit awards ceremony, launched in 2015 by SyncDevelopHER’s founder, Vickie Allen. Raising the profile of women in technology, th...

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By: charlotte | January 25, 2018

Tech for 2018

2018 is going to be another exciting year for the tech sector, as well as for businesses wishing to invest in technology to help future-proof their interests. With a huge array of the tech that’s already available to us dropping in price, practical products will take centre stage.

Businesses will be able to focus on solutions that add real value, delivering productivity and return on investment. Today’s customers expect customer service excellence at the touch of a button. They want to place orders 24/7 and demand fast delivery too. This year, technology will step up to the challenge.

Automation technology has had really positive effects on business and it will continue to grow, building on existing infrastructures to enhance productivity. T...

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By: vicky | January 25, 2018

At Coderus we are looking at New Year’s resolutions – especially the digital type. We have launched our digital resolutions survey to find out just what different businesses have in store for themselves this year, and we will be publishing the results in a white paper and infographic in the Spring.

We also have some resolutions of our own, and these include the launch of our new improved coderus.com website. With a new, clean design and no-nonsense content, our new website aims to deliver the information you need, where you need it, giving you easy access to our services, news and opinions. Already loaded with case studies and news stories to give you a flavour of the solutions we can provide, we will be adding content and our latest n...

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By: vicky | December 12, 2017

Coderus, a software development business at Adastral Park in Suffolk, has received a grant of £25,000 from the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, as part of the Small Grant Scheme.

The grant has been awarded to support diversification into new Internet of Things (IoT) markets including the Home, Care, Automotive and Yachting sectors. Coderus is one of a few digital technology businesses in East Anglia to receive this grant and is keen for others in the tech sector to follow their lead.

Peter Lee, business development, marketing and PR at Coderus said, “We received fantastic support from William Millar and the team at the New Anglia Growth Hub. Following a discussion about our growth plans they signposted us to the Small Grant Scheme an...

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By: vicky | November 15, 2017

April 21, 2017

BT, together with UK tech start-up Coderus, today revealed a tactical app which will act as a virtual ‘seventh crew member’ to help Ben Ainslie’s Land Rover BAR team gain a competitive edge in their bid to win the 35th America’s Cup this summer.

Over the past 12 months, the bespoke app has been designed and tested with the help of mobile app experts Coderus, who are based at Adastral Park, home of the BT Labs, as part of the Innovation Martlesham cluster of start-ups.

BT, forming part of the Land Rover BAR Technical Innovation Group which is chaired by the management and technology consultancy PA Consulting Group, committed to help the team after the number of crew members allowed on board the catamaran shrunk from eight to six...

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