Business Intelligence and Productivity solutions provider, Circyl, has thrown its support behind the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC), becoming the latest business to join the growing initiative.

Having built a strong reputation for its client-centric approach, Circyl has enjoyed significant growth and success in recent years, supporting businesses across a wide range of sectors through the implementation of comprehensive data strategies, business productivity solutions and efficiency-saving engagements.

Circyl is now keen to expand its existing network by building meaningful relationships as a Premier member of the GBCC, offering technical support and advice to those members that require it.

The move comes as part of their wider growth strategy, with plans to attend a series of industry exhibitions and networking events in 2024, sharing their expertise with forward-thinking businesses that are looking to enhance internal operations and service offerings.

For over a century, the GBCC has been a leading voice for Greater Birmingham’s businesses, successfully connecting, supporting and growing local firms as a private sector not-for-profit organisation.

Speaking on the decision to join the initiative, Circyl’s Managing Director, Jason Betteridge, commented:

“It’s been another successful year for us, having secured new business contracts with a variety of high-profile businesses, including Vimto, Clarke Transport and St Modwen to name a few.

“Through these engagements, and from our discussions with companies in a similar position, we are seeing a strong demand for data and analytics, and business productivity tools such as CRM and SharePoint, as many now realise the untapped potential that modern platforms like Microsoft 365 can help them access.

“Rather than following a ‘one size fits all’ approach, our experienced team of consultants will take the time to understand the needs and requirements of a business and tailor advice to help them address any key challenges.

“We feel this consultative approach makes us a good fit for GBCC, as we look to add value to the initiative by supporting its existing members and helping them in whatever way we can.

“Needless to say, we are very much looking forward to attending our first few networking events and building long-term relationships with businesses across all sectors.”