Leading technology solutions company EZ-base will be fulfilling its plans for expansion as it joins the thriving community at Exeter Science Park.
The data management company helps small businesses in the tooling and PPE industries to get their online product data correct, enabling them to increase sales and compete against larger national companies. It is part owned by the five largest buying groups in the Netherlands including Zevi Necomij and Exeter industrial tools and equipment business The Troy Group, where it was based prior to the move to Exeter Science Park.
EZ-base has successfully built a digital ‘data-bridge’ between many suppliers and distributors from a range of countries across the tooling and PPE industries. Its up-to-the-minute technology acquires, refines and standardises product data to ensure accuracy, consistency and brand integrity for its clients. The data provided by EZ-base is being used in eCommerce solutions and ERP systems to help lift the quality of data being provided to the end user and aiding the entire industry to trade better in the digital age.
Martin Bignell, relationships manager at EZ-base, said: “We have plans to grow and develop our company and to do this we needed to move and be independent.
“Relocating to Exeter Science Park is a strategic decision that will not only benefit EZ-base but also contribute to the vibrant technological landscape in Exeter. We look forward to leveraging the collaborative environment at the park to drive innovation and deliver even more advanced solutions to our clients.”
Exeter Science Park, which has grown a community of technology and science-based businesses, provides an ideal setting for EZ-base to accelerate its growth. The park currently is home to more than 45 businesses and organisations, employing more than 640 people at its location just off the M5 outside Exeter.
Jason Buck, senior business development manager at Exeter Science Park, said: “We are pleased to welcome EZ-base to Exeter Science Park. With their focus on technological solutions, they will be a good addition to our community.”