A spin-out from London’s Imperial College, Inforsense sells analytical software to non-technical business users in Fortune 500 companies. Founded in 1999 by chief executive Yike Guo, a professor at the college, it originally targeted the pharmaceutical sector, selling to Pfizer and Astra Zeneca. It now sells its flagship Inforsense KDE analytical software as a generic business product that sits on top of customers’ existing databases. Success in the financial and telecoms sectors has allowed the company to boost sales 147% a year from £557,000 in 2004 to £3.4m in 2006.
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