Influential Software was founded in 1993 with the mission of providing Powerhouse 4GL and Cognos consultancy, development services, support, and software.
Fast forward to today, and we have SAP, IBM, Mulesoft, Microsoft,Metalogix, Dell Boomi, and Adaptive Insights partner status, and our 60-strong UK-based development team works with over 100 clients, including:
large household names in the private sector, such as John Lewis, Informa, Addison Lee, Thyssen Krupp, Centrica, Pret a Manger, House of Fraser, Lloyds Banking Group, Gatwick Airport, Bloomsbury, and One Savings Bank
public sector organisations such as HM Treasury and the Insolvency Service, as well as a number of NHS trusts, universities, councils, and housing associations
smaller companies, often within the local areas of our Kent, London, and Glasgow offices
Maximise the Value of Your PowerHouse Investment
With 25 years of experience in the sector, the Influential Software team is trusted by businesses throughout the UK.
Whatever the size or nature of your business, we have the expert knowledge to deliver.
Why Choose Influential Software?
In a word, “trust”.
Trust that we will do a good job. We’ve successfully delivered thousands of projects for hundreds of customers, and have the experience and desire to do the same for you.
Trust that our pricing will be competitive. As well as offering a high-quality service, we do so within a competitive pricing structure to maximise the ROI for your project.
Trust that we will care. As a privately owned IT company with countless satisfied customers over the last 25 years, everyone at Influential Software is dedicated, passionate, and engaged with each and every one of our customers.
Trust our team team today in the knowledge that your project will be in good hands.
Influential Software – Beyond PowerHouse Support
A Complete Range of Business Services and Tools
As well as our respected PowerHouse resourcing and support services, Influential Software is active across a range of cutting-edge software solutions.
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