Adventoris has invested over £1 million in a new office in Huddersfield to enhance its operations over the next five years. The company has developed SwiftCloud, a customisable B2B mobile app platform that enables wholesalers and distributors to showcase their products, communicate with their customers, and accept orders 24/7. The tech firm has also announced that Dole, Isuzu Truck UK, and Tilda Rice, three major clients, have joined its portfolio.
Over the past year, SwiftCloud has achieved close to £2.5m in revenue, a remarkable 28% YoY growth and its fourth consecutive year of profitability. With 218 clients, including PepsiCo., Pukka Pads, and AG BARR, and 33 resellers and referrers, the firm’s channel partner network has expanded significantly.
Adventoris has also transformed its new office building, Folly Hall Mills, with the addition of an executive suite and a boardroom called the Armitage Suite. The latter honors the memory of a non-executive director, Peter Armitage, who passed away in March 2023. Built by Huddersfield’s famous builder, Joseph Kaye, in 1844, Folly Hall Mills is a Grade II listed building and has a personal connection to Adventoris CEO James Clarkson’s wife’s grandmother.
“We are thrilled with our achievements this year and are proud to welcome Tilda Rice, Dole, and Isuzu Truck UK to our growing family of clients, as well as our office move,” said Clarkson. The relocation demonstrates Adventoris’ commitment to gain a foothold in the market and foster our partnership with the Huddersfield business community. The ideal site for us to grow further is one that has enough space for the expansion of our team and offerings, and Folly Hall Mills is just that. We’re also happy to pay homage to Peter by dedicating the Armitage Suite to him, who contributed significantly to our business over the years.”