Cofficient, the Glasgow-based CRM and ERP expert is to join the Grant Thornton Growth 365 programme which is designed for dynamic businesses to achieve their commercial potential.
Growth 365 will help Cofficient realise long-term business goals, focus on core skills, and expand into new markets.
This tailored service focuses key business activities, supported by experienced growth advisors, technical experts, and business analysts.
Cofficient co-founder, Paul Grant, said: “Being selected for the Growth 365 programme is an exciting opportunity for Cofficient. It allows us to take advantage of their commercial expertise to let us focus on what we are good at, and develop where our solutions, skills and experiences are best matched. Moreover, it allows us to engage with a wider network of global businesses that can help us expand our commercial network and explore new prospects.”
After years of business success south of the border, Growth 365 decided to expand to Scotland in 2018, with some remarkable results. Combining a global network with years of commercial experience, it is perfectly suited for innovative businesses like Cofficient, ready to scale operations and increase market share.
George Elliot of Grant Thornton was optimistic about Cofficient’s growth plans: “We have a rich mix of business talent in Scotland, but there’s often a lack of support for the people driving entrepreneurial growth at the top. Cofficient has already proved it has the right talent and systems in place to drive growth, and we think our ‘365 programme will help them amplify their business reach. They have a wealth of experience in implementing extensible business systems to help businesses as they scale-up – now is the time for them to work with our team to progress to the next stage of their own evolution. The innovative developments they have been working on will produce great results for both them and their innovative and progressive clients, and we will help them to extend their reach to achieve new ambitions. They are keen to work with other innovative technologies and partners to contribute to the continuing development of the pioneering Scottish business community. “