Leeds software company Tracsis has moved its headquarters to the University of Leeds’ £40m innovation hub.
Its new location at Nexus is an advanced development designed to promote a collaborative and partnership-based environment.
Founded in 2004 as a spin-out from the university, Tracsis has spent over 15 years’ developing technological expertise at the Leeds Innovation Centre.
Tracsis is located on the 4th floor of the Nexus building, which is situated on Discovery Way in central Leeds and boasts office, lab and exhibition space, collaboration areas and meeting rooms.
In addition to providing its staff with a high-tech workspace, the move complements its software development work, providing efficient solutions to highly complex, mission critical problems within the transportation sector.
“We are delighted to announce our move to Nexus, which comes at the beginning of a new era for our business as Chris Barnes becomes the new CEO of Tracsis from 1st May,” said Tracsis CEO John McArthur.
“Nexus will provide a first-class working environment for our talented staff. Its state-of-the-art facilities are instrumental in helping us to continue to develop and grow our technical expertise, providing innovative solutions and delivering significant benefits to our valued customers.”
In January the software firm acquired Irish data analytics company Compass.