Exciting day in iOra on Friday when our local MP, James Arbuthnot, came to have a look around and officially open our new offices. A special plaque proudly displays the details of this event in our reception area. James Arbuthnot, in addition to his constituency duties, has sat on many Defence committees and therefore has a keen interest in companies supplying to the Defence industry. Following speeches by both James and our CEO, Philip Wye, the two men toured the office and met with a number of our staff in Customer Services, Sales and Development.
James Arbuthnot was interested to learn how our replication and compression tool, Geo-Replicator, works by breaking down very large blocks of information across multiple documents and separating out any new updates from the existing information, then packaging, compressing and distributing it and finally reconstructing the revised and now up-to-date documents at the receiving end. iOra allows warfighters and HQ to have a single up-to-date view of operational information – very important in military operations.