1E are a Software Lifecycle Automation company that empower the world’s largest and most distributed organisations to simplify and speed up the complete software lifecycle.
CaSE welcomes new member 1E
27 Feb 2015
With regional offices in New York, Dublin and New Delhi, their global headquarters are in West London.
Their customers consist of public and private sector companies, including Dell, ING, Nestlé, BNP Paribas, Ford Motor Company and the UK Department of Work and Pensions, who they have helped save more than $2.5bn through the use of their technology.
CaSE Acting Director, Naomi Weir said:
“We are delighted to welcome 1E as an organisational member of CaSE. Our mission to raise the political profile of science and engineering relies on the support and broad representation of our membership. 1E represent the crucial voice of software engineering firms based within the UK, who rely on skilled scientists and engineers to develop their products and solutions. We are pleased to add their voice to our message and look forward to working them to ensure their views are carried within our work.”
Sumir Karayi, CEO of 1E, explains their decision to join CaSE:
“Britain has a longstanding history of excellence in science and engineering. I am deeply concerned that this is being eroded in comparison to other parts of the world due to a lack of interest, investment and highly restrictive policies preventing the best skilled students and workers from studying and working here. At 1E, we are proud to have developed most of our software in the UK. We would like to help promote Science and Engineering in the UK so the UK remains a viable choice in an increasingly competitive market”
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