Adastral Park: Innovation centre gets new tenants

INNOVATION Martlesham, the cluster of high-tech companies located at Adastral Park, has secured two new tenants.

Cognisys Technologies Ltd and Visualution Ltd have both relocated from premises outside Adastral Park into the refurbished Ross Building which forms Innovation Martlesham’s home on the BT-owned research park at Martlesham Heath.

Cognisys Technologies designs and develops bespoke business software and supplies software solution products, as well as offering training solutions and consultancy in telecoms and strategic carbon management.

It specialises in helping small and medium-sized firms harness the benefits of bespoke software, artificial intelligence and reduced carbon foot printing.

Visualution is a web, mobile and social application design and development company, offering services including website design, cloud consulting, web hosting and domain management. It also designs and builds web and mobile applications to run on the iPhone, iPad, and Google Android.


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“We are very pleased that Cognisys and Visualution have chosen Innovation Martlesham in which to base their ICT business,” said Innovation Martlesham chairman David Ralph. “Both companies will receive the benefits of working alongside other ICT companies, as well as being invited to the networking events, which will enable them to further develop and grow their businesses.”

Sreekumar Koyickal, chief executive of Cognisys, said “Cognisys Technologies Ltd chose Innovation Martlesham at Adastral Park as its base because it’s acknowledged as one of Europe’s leading technology hubs. Its global outlook matches our own and there is a wealth of expertise and business networking opportunity on site”.

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Simon Gleen, technical director of Visualution, added: “One of the many benefits of being at Innovation Martlesham is working amongst other technology companies who can provide support in specialist areas whilst we in turn are able to contribute with our own skills.”

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