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Firm's growth continues

February 14, 2014

ASOFTWARE firm supporting a global sportswear brand is continuing its growth after cementing its place in the region.

Indigo Software, based in Durham City, has bought a 10,000sq ft building on Belmont Business Park.

The firm, which employs 31 people, has also launched its warehouse management software into wider markets.

Its package is used to track warehouse stock levels by sporting firm Puma, the company backing world recordholding Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.

Peter McLane, Indigo managing director, said: "Our new software was developed inresponse to the changing needs of the marketplace and can be used by customers to track huge volumes of stock globally.

"A s part of our growth plan, we're continuing to develop new products."

Indigo was supported by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to buy the building, which provided a [pounds]400,000 loan under the Governmentbacked Funding for Lending scheme.

Nic Franklin, Lloyds' relationship manager, said: "Indigo is a superb business that has shown that there are still opportunities to grow, even in challenging economic conditions."

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Source: Northern Echo (England)

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