BigChange Growth Story Continues With Opening Of Thorpe Park Leeds HQ.

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BigChange, the mobile workforce management technology company, today announced the official opening of its new offices in Thorpe Park, Leeds. The new 10,000 square foot facility provides the capacity BigChange needs to almost double its head office workforce.

BigChange has taken a five year lease on the facility at Thorpe Park and invested £250,000 in preparing it. The new building will enable BigChange to accommodate up to 150 employees and has six customer meeting rooms, each named after technology businesses such as Google, Apple and Microsoft. The open plan layout includes adjustable desks that can be used while standing and ergonomic Herman Miller chairs.

The relocation to Thorpe Park is BigChange’s third move in the last five years and represents another milestone in its expansion. The company has secured more than 150 new customers and over 5,000 additional users for its mobile workforce management platform since the start of 2018 and expects its revenue to increase by 74 percent this year to £11.5 million.

Martin Port, founder and CEO of BigChange, comments: “The opening of our Thorpe Park offices is much more than just a new address for BigChange, it’s a major milestone for the company and a new chapter in our development. The facility is world class in every aspect, it is fantastic for our people and will help us attract many more new clients both large and small.”

About BigChange:
Launched in 2013 and based in Leeds, UK, BigChange provides a range of mobile workforce management technologies that are trusted by over 20,000 mobile workers and back office personnel at more than 800 organisations. BigChange’s scalable, cloud-based platform can be used by organisations of all sizes. BigChange employs 80 people and achieved revenues of £6.6 million in 2017.

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