Horisk has beaten off stiff competition to become one of only 20 companies to make it onto the Scottish Government Framework
Horisk Leslie Development, which is headquartered in Cupar, has become one of only 20 Scottish, UK and international companies to be awarded a place on the Scottish Government Application Design and Development Framework.
The firm, which is otherwise known as ‘Horisk’, will now be able to work with the Scottish public and third sectors to help develop their applications.
Director Iain Leslie said: “As a small business this is a huge achievement and testament to the hard work of our whole team.
“Being part of the framework means that we can work with the Scottish public and third sectors to develop applications which meet their current and future needs.
“We will be focusing on delivering value for money, technically competent and achievable solutions for organisations.”
Director Brian Horisk added: “Using our 15 years’ consultancy experience we are able to provide an end-to-end application design and development service.
“We engage with clients in an approachable manner avoiding jargon; advising on the most suitable solution to meet their needs while delivering a bespoke development service for a user-friendly result.
“Our systems are developed using industry-standard platforms to ensure that they are robust, functionally rich and meet our client’s needs. We also make on-going maintenance and support as simple as possible.
“We work with a range of different private and public sector businesses delivering everything from bespoke e-commerce websites; helpdesk systems; membership databases including full contact management and subscription processes; Customer relationship management (CRM) systems to accommodation management and booking systems.”
Horisk, which is based at Elmwood College’s Rural Business Centre, specialises in developing websites and database solutions to improve business efficiency and enhance business processes.
Its clients already include the Scottish SPCA, London School of Economics, Tradeprint Limited (Dundee), Robert Gordon University, St Andrews University, University of the West of Scotland, Fife Council, Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, Scottish Schools Education Research Centre, LetsGetChecked.com, and iTrain Scotland.