Growth Capital Partners (“GCP”), is pleased to announce a new investment in Infinity Works Consulting Limited, partnering with the founder management team to support significant additional scale and reach and help increase its share of the multi-billion-pound market for IT services.
Infinity Works is a high growth software consultancy with a full stack offering from infrastructure to front-end delivery. Services include , technology consulting, organisational optimisation,project and product delivery, training, cloud migration and strategy and managed services.
The founders left well-paid jobs in the Leeds technology sector to launch the business in 2014 with two short contracts with NHS Digital and a desk in a co-working space.
This year, turnover will exceed £30m from a blue-chip client base including health and care providers, supermarket groups, leisure groups, delivery companies and major financial institutions.
Paul Henshaw, Founder & Director of Infinity Works, commented:
“After five years of funding growth ourselves, we are delighted to be bringing Growth Capital Partners on board as a minority shareholder. GCP specialises in supporting high-growth UK businesses, has proven expertise in the technology sector and considerable know-how and networks in our current and future growth markets. There is a very good cultural fit between our teams and we are looking forward to working together during the next phase of growth.”
Alex Thomson, Investment Director, GCP, commented:
“We are thrilled to have completed an investment to support the exciting growth plans of the Infinity Works team. With its impressive full stack delivery capability, DevOps expertise and its proven cloud track record, Infinity Works is ideally placed to benefit from the growing market demand for a collaborative and outcomes focused approach to digital product development and transformation. We look forward to working with management to nurture the unique culture they have developed in the business and to support significant scaling for further accelerated growth.”