Amiqus wins new clients and investment

Published: 01 December 2017

Edinburgh-based startup Amiqus has won a string of new clients during the second half of 2017 and attracted investment from San Francisco-headquartered Fifth Era Fund.

The fund invested in Amiqus after the company was brought to their attention following Informatics Ventures-run EIE17 at the EICC in May where CEO and co-founder Callum Murray won the ‘Pitch of the Day’ award. Amiqus’ first product, Amiqus ID makes client intake and onboarding compliance simple, efficient and secure for regulated professions.

It’s encouraging to see the traction we’re making across professional services sectors in the UK. We’re building a strong client and revenue base...

Callum Murray, CEO, Amiqus


Products such as these are becoming increasingly timely as data privacy legislation GDPR is a hot topic alongside broadening regulation and oversight from the FCA as the new OPBAS regulator comes into force in early 2018.

New clients Following consistent growth and engagement with the startup and tech ecosystems around Scotland, law firm Thorntons LLP, one of Amiqus’ recent client wins, is now working closely alongside the team and the Amiqus ID client intake and onboarding compliance product is being integrated with their systems...

Full story via FutureScot News


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