Following a period of significant growth and expansion, business intelligence and productivity solutions provider, Circyl, has formed a strategic partnership with system development and application support specialists, Co-operative Web.

Having previously collaborated on a range of successful projects, the partnership represents important strategic progression that will allow Circyl to deliver an enhanced customer experience, that is both comprehensive and consistent.

Through the creation of this ‘consulting alliance’, both businesses will reinforce their commitment to delivering value and innovation. By combining their experience and expertise they will ensure clients always receive the appropriate advice and guidance.

The move comes as part of Circyl’s wider ambitions to steadily grow and expand their existing service offering, whilst strengthening their position as a market leader at the cutting edge of information management trends and developments.

Commenting on the announcement, Circyl’s Managing Director, Jason Betteridge, said:

“In a dynamic business landscape collaboration is paramount, so we are constantly looking for new ways to enhance the services we provide, ensuring our clients receive the support they need.

“As a business that champions teamwork and collaboration, the decision to form a strategic partnership felt right – not only will it open the door to new opportunities, but it will help us deliver immediate value to new and existing customers.

“Of course, none of this would have been possible had it not been for the hard work and dedication of both businesses, as the natural chemistry shown between both teams has been key to the success we’ve experienced during previous projects.

“With that in mind, we’re confident the partnership will mark the beginning of an exciting new chapter and will stand us in good stead as we look ahead to the new year.”

Nicholas Greenhill, Director at Co-operative Web, commented:

“We’re delighted to have transformed a healthy working relationship into a long-term strategic partnership – it’s a move that will benefit both businesses as well as the clients we service.

“Both businesses have enjoyed a lot of growth and success in recent times, so it makes sense to formalise our relationship and create a long-term plan to extract maximum value from the tools and expertise we collectively possess.

“As such, I’m very much looking forward to seeing what the future holds for us both – we already have plenty of projects in the pipeline together and it’ll be interesting to see how the partnership develops throughout 2024.”