In January’s 2020 edition of The Thames Valley Business Barometer, there's one article that stands out...
Supported by a panel of over 30 business leaders, The Thames Valley Business Barometer provides a twice yearly snapshot of business and economic confidence in the Thames Valley area.
The latest survey which ran from 30th September to 21st November 2019, involved the participation of over 100 businesses. The results, along with in-depth profiles of organisations including, Virgin Experience Days, Tax Automation, ESP Global Services, Clearvision and Contexta 360, were all published in January’s edition.
With Clearvision bucking the trend and outperforming the market, a light was shone on Gerry Tombs. As a cloud first company, Clearvision are leading the way, providing organisations with the technology to drive their businesses forward in a highly scalable and cost-effective manner.
In this article, Gerry talks about giving staff the chance to experience new challenges through Clearvision’s ‘Tour of Duty’ programme, which helps employees see a path forward. Here he covers how in 2019, Clearvision won a place on the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For list, and how this year he anticipates a top 30-40 position.
Gerry also talks about the near 12 software development tools manned by experts who handle the production line of tooling, and how they enable teams to focus on innovation. He explains how Clearvision caters to the many customers who don’t like to work with a single vendor, preferring instead to use best of breed tooling.
With Clearvision scaling up, Gerry has learnt a huge amount about how to delegate, build responsibility, and communicate more effectively. Download the full PDF here.