Where we work

The team at Anient has experience of working across Public, Private and 3rd sector organisations.

We have worked with all sizes of of enterprise from Globally recognised brands to local entrepreneurs.

Some examples are listed below:

A global executive non-departmental public body

Directing the technical design & delivery of a major cyber security hardening programme across multiple countries.

University of Plymouth

Directing the delivery of a Cloud (Microsoft Azure) design, build and migration programme using Agile/Scrum.  Leading a team of Azure architects, designers and engineers and working closely with the team at the university in transforming their entire suite of nearly 150 applications.  Also helped in developing their new operating model encompassing DevOps.

Major Global Food Brand

Development of Portfolio Management capability for their ICT department.  In light of a series of acquisitions and mergers, the development of a global operating model to be underpinned by a step change in the professional delivery of ICT services.  Integrating with the business and utilising Microsoft Project Server and other cloud services to deliver business information and decision support systems.  Ongoing programme delivery for the rollout of a new operating model and ERP systems.

St Austell Brewery

With over 150 years of heritage, St Austell Brewery is an iconic part of the South West economy. It is a major employer in the region and takes seriously its responsibility to employees and the environment. The development of the 36 bedroom County Arms Hotel in Truro needed to be in line with the brewery’s green plan.
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Private Client

Following a presentation at EcoBuild by an associate we were approached to conduct a feasibility study for a new eco-house. The brief was deceptively simple – carbon neutral.
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Cornwall Development Company

This Dynamic Energy Communication System (DECS) project was commissioned to use Superfast Broadband (SFBB) connections to provide real-time information from dispersed energy monitors to enable consumers and businesses to understand and act on their energy consumption. This would also provide statistical data for research purposes to determine if and how strategies could be developed to improve Demand Side Management.
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