iHawk Set to Reach New Heights Following Developer Team Acquisition

Cyberhawk Innovations Limited (Cyberhawk) has acquired Arum’s cloud-based software development team in Edinburgh.

The additional developer workforce follows iHawk’s ambitious roadmap to increase productivity, expand direct client support and target new growth verticals relevant to asset and data visualisation.

Cyberhawk’s on-going expansion plans have been facilitated by a new state-of-the-art office complex within the world’s largest indoor climbing arena at the Edinburgh Climbing Arena (EICA), making way for the new members of the team.

Chris Fleming, Chief Executive Officer of Cyberhawk stated: “This is a significant declaration of our intent to capitalise on the strong demand we have seen for our software solution, iHawk. The move to bolster the team by over 50% supports our business’s rapid growth strategy and pivotal shift to dominate the asset visualisation software space. We will continue to focus on energy companies and tier 1 suppliers, and we expect to announce major global agreements very soon. We’ve learned from the mistakes of other well-funded drone data software companies and are taking a “customer lead” approach to ensure the optimal output of our new team.

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