Arnlea, a global leader in industrial mobile software for tracking, inspection and maintenance for the energy industry, has strengthened its commitment as a SaaS provider to drive customer digital transformation, achieving Microsoft Silver Partner status, Cyber Essentials certification and appointing a new dedicated business analyst as part of the Product team.

Glenn Sangster, Arnlea’s new business analyst will report to Andrew Ayton, Arnlea’s recently appointed Head of Product and work with the technical and business development teams to better understand customers, opportunities in the market and new software challenges Arnlea should address. His background is in similar roles in software businesses.

Achieving both Microsoft Silver Partner status and Cyber Essentials are stepping-stones in raising Arnlea’s reputation and expertise as digital transformation partners in asset management for the energy industry.

Chief Technical Officer, Andy Powrie said, “Our objective is to become fully established in the marketplace as a leading SaaS provider and seen as a key lead for customers seeking to improve their digital transformation programmes. Enhancing our capability to both understand what customers need now and will want in the future is a critical element to ensuring Arnlea’s growth and dominance in the market. Achieving Cyber Essentials certification and becoming a Microsoft Silver partner, as well as adding new talent, are instrumental in this process and we are excited about the way this will take our business forward and improve our understanding of customer needs, expectations and future challenges.”

Arnlea is a tried and trusted partner for a number of global oil & gas clients, with more than 25 years’ expertise in supply chain management and operational management activities, providing software solutions to the energy industry.

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Microsoft partner & Cyber Essentials