Fife firm shortlisted for Digital Business of the Year Award

Planys Mobile is in the running for The Courier Business Awards 2016 

Fife tech firm Planys Mobile has been shortlisted as Digital Business of the Year in The Courier Business Awards 2016.
The Dunfermline-based business, which creates applications for web and mobile for clients in the UK, the United States and Singapore, will discover whether or not it’s the winning finalist at the awards ceremony to be held in association with chartered accountants at Henderson Loggie on October 29 at the Dundee Apex Hotel.

 

Joe Henry, co-founder of Planys Mobile, said: “We are delighted to be a finalist in these awards. We have UK and international clients but these awards mean a lot because they’re supporting the local and regional economies in Fife and Tayside. We already support local programming talent by running an internship programme with Fife College; in fact, most of our full-time staff have been recruited through the internship programme.”
Planys Mobile also develops its own products such as Business Hound, a web application to help small businesses manage their mileage, expenses and invoicing. A joint venture with charity Carr Gomm, is ClickGo, a Google Impact Challenge (2014) Award-winning platform for care management which is being piloted in the UK and Australia.
The employee-owned company was also shortlisted for the HSBC Scottish Export Awards for an HTML5 application that shortened the sales cycle for American oil and gas company, Brodie International.
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