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Expert software developers for your Chemical Manufacturing business

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Leading Chemical Manufacturing Software Developers in Cambridge

SovTech is an award-winning custom software development company that offers end-to-end development of enterprise software, uniquely tailored to your industry. Our 10 years of engineering experience, along with over 150 tech professionals allows us to build you an expertly crafted bespoke software development. Hire our Software Developers, and let our expert development teams grow your business!

Why Hire Outsource Software Developers

Outsourcing your software development is a highly strategic business decision, and one that many of the biggest companies are starting to choose. The benefits of outsourcing are huge, and are applicable on all organisations, from smaller start-ups to massive enterprises. Driving down business costs, finding the right skillset, getting to market faster, and having more time to focus on other business goals are all reasons why more and more companies are choosing to hire outsourced development teams.

Why Hire Our Chemical Manufacturing Software Developers?

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Global Experience

With 10 years experience, SovTech are global leaders in software development. Our carefully selected Chemical Manufacturing software developers boast experience across a number of leading global tech stacks and industries, ensuring we deliver a wide range of software requirements with ease and speed. 

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High Productivity

Our Chemical Manufacturing software developers in adopt streamlined processes which yield highly efficient and dynamic development operations throughout the software development lifecycle.

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Autonomous Teams

We provide easily adaptable, self-managing development teams, giving you the opportunity to focus on your business objectives while we build seamless software that aligns with your unique business requirements. 

Give your Business the Competitive Advantage

Hire our Chemical Manufacturing software developers in Cambridge. Leverage their expertise. Go to market faster, scale faster and generate 10x more revenue!

Features

Product Roadmap

Upfront product roadmap. Iterate Design side before a single line of code is written

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Dedicated Team

Handcrafted team that provides agility to outmanoeuvre your competitors

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Save Time & Money

Zero recruitment effort and fees. No operational or office overheads

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Automated Reports

Receive reports on your teams output. We focus on performance so you can focus on your business

Software Developers Team Structure

Software Developer

A skilled Chemical Manufacturing software developer to write, debug and execute the source code of a software application.

Lead Engineer

Oversees software development and engineering to ensure a world-class standard of excellence.

Quality Assurance

Responsible for continuous auditing and analysing the software development cycle against deliverables.

Scrum Master

A dedicated facilitator for your agile scrum team. They manage the process for how information is exchanged.

Business Analyst

Analyses a business and documents its processes, assessing its model and integration with technology.

Product Owner

Responsible for operative tasks such as analysing data, preparing reports, tracking metrics and documentation.

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Our Expertise

Mobile App Development

Our software developers have the perfect blend of aesthetic and technical skills to deliver sophisticated and user-centric mobile apps. Our development teams provide bespoke mobile app development services for both iOS and Android platforms.

Web Application Development

We are experts in both web frontend and backend. Our software development teams design, build and maintain the server, database and technology that powers the components which enable the user-facing side of your website to exist.

Software Maintenance & Support

Software needs continuous development and improvements. Our support and maintenance allows us to continuously improve your software every month.

Solution Chemical Manufacturing

Our solution architects will gather requirements and follow a process that ensures the ground is set for tailoring your software solution to your specific business needs.

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Industries We Serve

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Retail

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Hire Our Expert Chemical Manufacturing Software Developers in Cambridge

A 2020 Tech Nation report placed Cambridge, the county town of Cambridgeshire, England, in the top five tech hubs for VC investment in the UK in 2020. Cambridge is attracting more and more tech businesses and boasts a 60% year-on-year increase in terms of start-ups per thousand people, compared to the capital. Cambridge has thus been dubbed the UK’s next Silicon Valley. Driving Cambridge’s success in the tech world is the city’s specialism in biotechnology, with 46 biotechnology firms in the city. Cambridge Science Park is home to companies like Johnson Matthey and Astra Zeneca, who moved their global headquarters to Cambridge in 2016.

What is the Chemical Manufacturing Industry?

The chemical industry creates an immense variety of products which impinge on virtually every aspect of our lives.

 While many of the products from the industry, such as detergents, soaps and perfumes, are purchased directly by the consumer others are used as intermediates to make other products, For example, in Europe, 70% of chemicals manufactured are used to make products by other industries including other branches of the chemical industry itself. The industry uses a wide range of raw materials, from air and minerals to oil.

How Technology is Affecting the Chemical Manufacturing Industry

There are three main ways in which digital will affect the chemical industry. The first is using digital-enabled approaches to improve companies’ business processes, which we call functional excellence. Second is the potential for digital to affect demand patterns in end markets, with implications for the chemical industry’s value chains. The third is where digital developments lead to changes in the business models through which chemical companies capture and create value for customers.

Technology Trends Shaping The Chemical Manufacturing Industry

The pandemic raised everyone’s awareness of the fundamental importance of technology. The unprecedented scale and speed of the crisis brought a colossal surge in technology investments. In fact, rarely can a surge in digital transformation be seen in gross domestic product data, but this past pandemic year was an exception.

While few organisations would have planned for something as momentous as COVID-19, digital leaders entered the crisis in much better shape than others. Most notably, they had better infrastructure in place to deal with the immediate need to pivot to remote work and remote operations.

The 2021 digital focus will be on modifying structures and processes—connecting across front, middle, and back offices—so that information flows easily between each. This helps ensure access to all appropriate information for decision-making, planning, and support. A connected enterprise will likely require greater adoption of emerging technologies such as robotic automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and natural language processing. These investments will pay back in gains in revenue and efficiency—and better service to the customer.

The chemical industry, a slow mover compared to many others, should leverage digital leading practises from industries that have successfully made the transition to a connected enterprise, such as media, telecom, and technology industries.

The chemical industry has been a leader on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, but there is so much more to do. It’s time to double down on ESG strategies.

ESG is becoming more mainstream due to intensifying investor, regulatory, and consumer pressure holding companies accountable for ESG impacts. Some examples: surging demand for responsible investments has large fund managers exiting investments in non-climate-conscious companies; European Union sustainability-related regulations require ESG impacts on all products to be disclosed; consumers are publicly demanding that businesses move beyond token gestures and into hard action; and C-suite executives will increasingly be measured on, and rewarded for, progress against ESG targets.

A recent KPMG/Eversheds survey identified a significant increase in C-suite focus on climate change.

The chemical industry holds the key to unlocking climate strategies across the industrial manufacturing value chain. This will be accomplished through the supply of sustainably produced products into downstream industries. Other prominent ESG industry focus areas include decarbonization, renewable energy, CO2 reduction, and circular plastics.

Incorporating ESG builds competitive advantage. Strong ESG practises are becoming an essential prerequisite for employee recruitment, brand enhancement, and investor funding. In short, ESG creates a virtuous circle for all—employees, customers, and investors.

Although there has been some progress recently, participation of women and minorities in chemical leadership remains stubbornly low. Leadership has typically followed a very traditional model: most have a chemical engineering degree and comparable business experience and share similar backgrounds—these commonalities potentially leading to a lack of diversity of thought. In the current dynamic environment, greater diversity is needed to bring fresh perspectives and ideas to deliver greater agility in response to new challenges. Diversity boosts innovation, aids in talent acquisition and retention, and improves customer connections with an increasingly diverse consumer base.

Diversity needs to be reflected throughout the organisation. The chemical companies that will be the most successful in the coming years will be those that can win the war for diverse and digitally-savvy talent—and that is a war that will be fought across multiple industries.

COVID-19 didn’t stop deal activity. Even in a challenged market, there were multiple billion-dollar and multibillion-dollar deals. To name a few: Trinseo acquired Arkema’s PMMA business; BP sold its petrochemical business to INEOS; PPG acquired the global coatings manufacturer Ennis-Flint and has since announced its intention to acquire Tikkurila Oyj; and a consortium of Cinven and Bain Capital has announced its intention to acquire Lonza’s Specialty Ingredients business in a $4.7 billion deal.

In fact, right now it is the most active mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market ever seen in chemicals. There are sponsor-owned assets in process of sale, large-scale corporate carve-outs (e.g., Clariant pigments business and Eastman’s tire additives and adhesives resins business units), as well as smaller corporate carve-outs comprising product lines, and even single manufacturing plants.

There are a multitude of factors driving M&A activity, among them cheap and plentiful debt, burgeoning private equity interest in the industry, liquidity pressures on distressed companies due to the pandemic impact, and a desire by some corporates to divest underperforming or non core businesses.

There are promising possibilities on either side of the buy/sell equation. Portfolios should be strategically assessed to determine where to focus finite resources in order to meet business objectives. If there are assets in the market that would make a good fit, now might be a good time to reach out to the owner as they may be considering selling. Conversely, if a part of your business doesn’t align with your organisation’s strategy, start thinking of ways to maximise value in preparation for sale—to private equity investors, corporations, or both.

Historically, many of the biggest chemical companies have been diversified—typically as a result of past M&As, although over the past 10 years, there has been pressure to restructure portfolios to focus on fewer, core businesses—much of this exerted by activist investor pressure in the U.S. However, during the pandemic, those companies that were focused on the “wrong” segments of the market were those that suffered the worst during the crisis

Learning from the lessons of 2020, it’s a strategic imperative for all chemical companies to actively assess their portfolios and determine whether a change in direction is required. Diversification should no longer be a dirty word in the industry—as long as diversification doesn’t become an excuse for lack of focus.

Our Software Developers are Full-Stack Development Experts

Full-stack software development is the development of both client-side and server-side of a software application. It combines both front-end and back-end development, producing the web face for users, as well as the server, database and technology that powers the components which enable the user-facing side of your app or web app to exist.

Our Software Developers Choose Agile Software Development

At SovTech, our developers use agile methodologies to produce software applications for clients. Agile development is centred round the idea of iterative development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams. Agile processes encourage frequent inspection and adaptation to allow for rapid delivery of the highest-quality software.

Our Tech Stack

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Java

Angular

React Native

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What We Will Do For Your Business

We will walk the custom software development journey with you. We pride ourselves on our expertise in developing software for any industry. Thus we will become your expert partner in solving complex problems.

  • Streamline internal processes
  • Digitise aspects of your business or your business as a whole
  • Build eCommerce apps
  • Rebuild and rescue existing mobile apps
  • Automate manual systems
  • Connect employees with software
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