Soft­ware start-up in­vests in city of­fices

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - COMMERCIAL PROPERTY - BY KEITH FIND­LAY

Xergy, the startup be­hind the new soft­ware for the oil and gas in­dus­try called Pro­teus, has an­nounced a £120,000 in­vest­ment in of­fices in Aberdeen.

The move into 25 Ru­bis­law Ter­race co­in­cides with plans to add 15 more em­ploy­ees to its 12-strong work­force.

Spread over three floors, the of­fices can ac­com­mo­date Xergy’s grow­ing work­force as well as pro­vid­ing a hub for free­lancers and con­trac­tors to work re­motely and flex­i­bly.

Pro­teus is a cloud­based work man­age­ment sys­tem that al­lows firms to find the right peo­ple for projects as and when they are needed.

Ac­cord­ing to Xergy, which is led by oil and gas vet­er­ans James McCal­lum and Colin Man­son, the soft­ware will trans­form how the in­dus­try sources and uses tal­ent to de­liver projects.

Mr Man­son, the com­pany’s chief ex­ec­u­tive said: “Our new of­fice in Aberdeen is in­spired by this con­cept and set up to of­fer a cre­ative, col­lab­o­ra­tive and flex­i­ble en­vi­ron­ment.”

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