New Software Firm Launches First Product; App Aims to Help Businesses Link Their Locations

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New Software Firm Launches First Product; App Aims to Help Businesses Link Their Locations


Byline: OWEN HUGHES Business Correspondent owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk

A NEW North Wales-based software company has launched its first product - a revolutionary platform that brings extra levels of connectivity to businesses working across multiple locations.

Fusion Interactive Technologies has spent more than PS150,000 developing the ground-breaking Fusion Health and Safety platform, a software system that links companies from their headquarters to their most remote sites.

It was born out of an original simple app introduced last year by construction and civil engineering company The Hollingsworth Group, based at Sandycroft, on Deeside, to improve their health and safety documentation.

Managing director Paul Hollingsworth, who co-founded the company with his brother, Shaun, in 1988, said: "We can be working at sites across the North West, away from our home base, and can be subject to inspections at any time, so it's vital that we can produce the relevant documents instantly.

"The original app was designed to do that and has been very successful, but it gave us the idea of extending its applications so that it can cover a range of other areas and since we first launched it last year we have spent over PS150,000 on development."

They have been joined at Fusion Interactive Technologies by Shaun's son Jac, a management and technology consultant, and his colleague George Daly, who has a background in website and app development. …

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