Leeds-based Panintelligence offer free software support to Coronavirus hit firms

Leeds tech firm Panintelligence is offering its business intelligence solutions for free to support and empower Yorkshire organisations in the wake of the global disruption caused by coronavirus.

As the global crisis continues to unfold, the Leeds-based firm said it want to aid any regional firms that are struggling to maintain ‘business as usual’ during such vast uncertainty.

Typically provided to software vendors, Panintelligence’s platform will be available to businesses to help them take advantage of their data and be better equipped to react to real-time monitoring to make decisions quickly.

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The full software package will be available for free for at least 90 days, depending on the ever-evolving climate.

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Zandra Moore, inset, CEO of Panintelligence, said: “We need to come together in this time of uncertainty and provide vital support and guidance to anyone who requires it right now.

“Businesses must be able to unite and share expertise because it’s that level of help that will guide everyone through unprecedented waters.

“We’re immensely proud to be part of the amazing community of Leeds.

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“It’s a part of Yorkshire that has a lot of heart and we will do whatever we can to assist any regional business in need.”

Panintelligence was recently revealed as one of the 30 companies selected for Tech Nation’s Upscale 5.0 programme for the UK’s fastest growing scale-ups.

The Panintelligence software operates across a wide range of sectors, from healthcare and local government, to retail and education, and provides business intelligence dashboards and analytics.

The group won a number of significant new orders during the first half of 2019. These included a new contract with global retail tech business PCMS, whose customers include Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and US firm Walgreens.

As part of the contract, Panintelligence data analytics software has been rolled out across thousands of British and American high street stores.