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Derby-based technology firm welcomes local MP

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Left to right: British Constructional Steelwork Association Chief Executive David Moore; STRUMIS Product Manager Chris Eaton, STRUMIS CEO Stuart Thompson; Derby North MP Amanda Solloway, and STRUMIS Sales Manager Steve Watson.

Following a 40% increase in turnover during the past two years, STRUMIS has recently welcomed Derby North MP, Amanda Solloway, to its premises to see the innovative software solutions that the company designs for the constructional steelwork sector.

Founded in 1986, STRUMIS is recognised as a global leader in Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) type software programmes for steel fabrication, servicing customers from its offices in the UK, America, Australia, South Africa and UAE.

The company said it is currently supplying 45,000 users with its MRP technology to help steel fabrication companies increase their efficiency and productivity, while also assisting their digital transformation.

Amanda Solloway MP, said: “It was lovely to meet the STRUMIS team and learn about their global leading work delivering software solutions to the constructional steelwork industry.

“STRUMIS is a testament to the very best of British software development and it is fantastic to see yet another global leader in innovation taking advantage of the opportunities Derby has to offer.”

Stuart Thompson, CEO of STRUMIS, said: “We are immensely proud of our Derby heritage; it is the foundation of our global business. We will continue to invest in our people and in our products in order to best serve our customers and the constructional steelwork industry.”

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