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Southampton FC’s new video analysis training system was designed and provided by Intevi, which also counts the Royal Opera House, Estée Lauder and the British Olympic Association among its clients. Its key products are digital displays, used for advertising in public spaces and company communication as well as by retailers. The firm has also expanded into TV distribution and developed software for room booking. Tom Scott, 55, and Adam Wilson, 37, founded the firm in 2011 and it has now expanded to America, southern Europe and Poland, with Holland and Belgium next in line. Sales reached £5.5m last year and exclude sales from its fast-growing but separate American division.

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Company details
Year2019
Rank77
CompanyIntevi
ActivityDisplay and software supplier
LocationHampshire
Annual sales rise over 3 years49.71%
Latest sales £000s*5,538
Staff24
Founded2011
Websitewww.intevi.uk

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