May
04
2015

15th Anniversary

The company, which was founded in 2000 by Mark Griffiths, creates custom software solutions for a wide range of clients of different sizes across diverse industries in Scotland and Europe.

Graeme Humphrey, managing director of Codify, believes the rapid growth in the sector is indicative of strong prospects and an opportunity for Aberdeen to put itself on the international technology map.

He said: "Our team has grown substantially in the past 15 years and we are very proud of what we have achieved. We have a fantastic mix of great experience and fresh thinking at Codify, which we will continue to foster and utilise as the business grows further.

"As a company we have been through many changes in the technology sector, which by its very nature evolves rapidly and we are looking forward to what the future holds for us. I am passionate about leveraging technology in the current oil and gas downturn to be more efficient. Investing in technology in these difficult times will help organisations accommodate the eventual uptake in work." Graeme was recently appointed to the board of prestigious trade body ScotlandIS and plans to use the position to play a part in the ICT conversation at a national level and promote the north-east's strengths in the sector.

Graeme added: "Celebrating 15 years in the industry is a fantastic achievement for us and I am delighted that I will be able to share my experience through this appointment. We are witnessing first-hand how Scotland's reputation as a centre of excellence in software innovation is growing and as a small company that has accomplished a lot so far there is a desire throughout the team to ensure our evolution continues over the next 15 years and beyond."

Codify moved into 2015 boosted by a strong year with a number of high profile contract wins, including projects with oilfield engineering specialists Sparrows, oilfield support services company ASCO and contract catering services provider Entiér.

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