Isosceles Finance, providers of strategic and operational finance, accounting and HR services to fast-growing technology businesses, has become a Bronze Foundation sponsor of The National Museum of Computing.
“Providing an outsourced accounting service for TNMOC is a great fit for Isosceles,” said Mike O’Connell, CEO of Isosceles Finance. “We specialise in providing services for tech companies undergoing rapid rates of change. We have seen TNMOC grow significantly in terms of its professionalism, ambition and audience reach and are delighted to be part of their continuing success.”
O’Connell continued: “We also really appreciate the opportunity to become a sponsor, because as a company we’ve benefited through the application of technology -- it is a very powerful reminder to us of how far we have come. Seeing the origins of computing gives us a perspective on our business and inspires our future development. We will certainly be encouraging our clients to visit the Museum to understand more clearly their heritage and future.”
Kevin Murrell, TNMOC trustee who is working closely with Isosceles, said, “It’s been very refreshing working with Isosceles. They have quickly grasped how we work and didn’t adopt the conventional accountants’ style. This has enabled us to focus precisely on what we need to know in terms of forecasting, cash flow and managing growth. The Museum has a variety of audiences that need to see the Museum’s financial position from their own particular angle -- Isosceles are experts in meeting those requirements.”
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About Isosceles Finance
Isosceles’ work with their clients from start-up to exit and have helped over 200 businesses realise their potential. They operate across four continents.
Their technology clients, 75% of whom are investor or venture capital (VC) backed, cover a wide spectrum of sectors from university spin-outs, emerging internet of things (IoT) companies, software developers, software as a service (SaaS) providers, consultancies, as well as IT, networking, biotech, and renewable companies.
In addition to their Head Office, which is in Egham near Heathrow, they also have an office in Sheffield and one in Cambridge.
About The National Museum of Computing
The National Museum of Computing, located on Bletchley Park, is an independent charity housing the world's largest collection of functional historic computers, including the rebuilt Colossus, the world’s first electronic computer, and the WITCH, the world's oldest working digital computer. The Museum enables visitors to follow the development of computing from the ultra-secret pioneering efforts of the 1940s through the large systems and mainframes of the 1950s, 60s and 70s, and the rise of personal computing in the 1980s and beyond.
The Museum runs a highly successful Learning Programme for schools and colleges and promotes introductions to computer coding amongst young people, especially females, to inspire the next generation of computer scientists and engineers. In 2016, Fujitsu will be creating a Fujitsu Innovation Hub in the TNMOC Classroom for visiting students and general visitors.
Funders of the Museum have included Bletchley Park Capital Partners, Bloomberg, CreateOnline, Ceravision, Fujitsu, InsightSoftware.com, Ocado Technology, FUZE, 4Links, Google UK, IBM, NPL, HP Labs, and BCS.
Outside the Easter Bytes period, the whole Museum is open to the public from 12 noon - 5pm on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, spring and summer Bank Holidays and during long school holidays. The Colossus and Tunny galleries are open daily. Public and private Guided Tours are available and bookable online – see the website or the iPhone app for details. Educational and corporate group visits are available by prior arrangement.
For more information about TNMOC and trustees, see www.tnmoc.org and follow @tnmoc on Twitter and The National Museum of Computing on Facebook and Google+. A TNMOC iPhone App is also available from the iPhone App Store.
Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications