Data intelligence company Naimuri, has doubled its headcount and seen turnover substantially increase, since it was acquired by global defence company QinetiQ back in 2020.
The Manchester based company is projecting more than 25% growth in 2023 following a similar increase in 2022, as it widens its client portfolio, supporting more projects in national security and law enforcement and winning new work within the defence sector.
Naimuri was founded in 2015 and has seen its number of people increase from 70 to more than 140 including a significant increase in its gender diversity. The company continues to attract new talent to help them meet their growing pipeline of work and to fulfil their mission to ‘make the UK a safer place to be’.
Carl Roberts, MD Of Naimuri, said: “It has been an exciting time since our acquisition by QinetiQ and despite events of the last few years and the current economic challenges, we have continued to grow, winning new clients and widening our work with existing clients. This growth has been achieved by the increasing number of software developers, cloud engineers, business analysts, delivery managers and data scientists who are at the heart of delivering operational impact. As part of our growth we have seen a positive increase in the diversity of our people, which is hugely important to us, as we continue to make Naimuri an inclusive place to work. We look forward to what can be achieved in 2023”.