Cambridge start-up secures Japanese contract

December 5, 2017 by  

Cambridge-founded start-up ZiFiSense applied LPWAN technology to win a big Japanese contract.

ZiFiSense has a dynamic business model which involves an abundance of British and Asian expertise. The firm was established four years ago and has gone from strength to strength. It has already featured on the shortlist of the Business Weekly Awards. Furthermore, the company has accumulated $2 million, with this yearly revenue is currently likely to be in excess of £1.5 million.

The company now employs over 30 staff and has three offices. It recently won a prize in a Cambridge-based start-up contest. Newsletter printing from Cambridge may be used to celebrate corporate achievements of all kinds.

One of the ZiFiSense offices is based in Cambridge, with the other two offices being located in China. The important Japanese contract will be delivered via innovative technology and the impact of the project will affect aquaculture and agriculture.

ZiFiSense has created several other sector-based solutions. A range of customers have had their complex needs addressed. Specialisms include providing assistance with smart cities, smart communities and smart lighting. Governments, large corporations and SMEs can all benefit from cooperating with ZiFiSense.

The company has made a significant difference to the metropolitan area of Shanghai. Smart city technology has been deployed to improve local infrastructure in imaginative ways. Firms involved in real estate have also gained from partnership working in the vicinity.

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