Tech entrepreneurs Nick Stammers, 54, and Jon Clayton, 59, set up Mobica in 2004 to develop mobile phone software. The Cheshire firm now provides software services to the automotive, finance, semiconductor and “internet of things” sectors. Its global customers — which include Intel and Airbus — use its technology in smartphones, cars and set-top boxes. Offices in Poland, Silicon Valley and Mexico helped profits more than double to £11.2m in 2015. In September 2015 the private equity firm Inflexion took a minority stake.
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