William Martin saw major software growth last year

March 18, 2024

We are excited to share that William Martin, our health, safety, and property compliance firm, achieved a record financial performance in 2023. This success was largely driven by the increased demand for our innovative software platforms.

Founded in 2004 and based in Bromsgrove, we became part of the Marlowe plc family in 2018. At William Martin, we provide comprehensive health and safety compliance software solutions, complemented by our traditional consultancy services. Over the past year, we saw a 30% increase in sales of our risk management software and an impressive 300% increase in revenue from our emerging supply chain management platform, Prosure360.

We welcomed nearly 150 new clients last year, with many coming from the property management sector, including Dundee-based property consultants Graham & Sibbald. Additionally, we expanded into new industries such as education, retail, and hospitality.

To support this growth, we have been expanding our team and are still actively recruiting.

Reflecting on our success, we believe our recent investments in improving our software offerings played a crucial role. Our Managing Director, Phil Jones comments.

“I’m proud to say that 2023 was a landmark year for William Martin.

2023 was a landmark year for William Martin. Record sales of our compliance management software, Meridian, were boosted by investments we made in enhancing its functionality and further improving user experience.

Our new supply chain software, Prosure360, also completed its first year of trading in 2023. By the end of the year we had onboarded over 1,400 service providers, far beyond our initial expectations. Those suppliers came from supporting the supply chains of premium brands such as Capri Holdings, Frasers Group and AS Watson. The team also integrated Prosure360 and Meridian, making it easier for our clients to manage their health and safety and supply chain risk across complex portfolios.

Our traditional field-based health and safety consultancy work also continued to grow, thanks to the expertise of our long-standing team.

We also took a more direct approach to reaching our ESG goals in 2023. To help offset the work of our field-based consultants, we were able to fund the planting of over 800 trees in Madagascar, helping to restore healthy ecosystems and reduce their overall impact on the environment.”

 

Speak with one of the team to determine whether we can support your compliance needs.

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