Our Affiliates

Adrian is working with a number of affiliate companies to assist in the deployment of specific skills to improve business performance and ultimately profitability by increasing sales opportunities, managing pricing and controlling costs.

FlowLens Affiliate

Flowlens – www.flowlens.com

Flowlens is an integrated, cloud based CRM, ERP and Service platform. This joined-up thinking ensures that you have full visibility of the whole customer and asset lifecycle. This increases profit margins, improves asset yield and upsell, and reduces wasted effort, while providing an improved customer experience. Materials Handling companies often have issues with manual tracking of sales leads, visibility of the sales pipeline and manual or non-existent reporting.

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MomentumNI – www.momentumni.com

The Momentum Group was established by Tom Verner, MD, in 2009. Since then, we have built a market-leading team of R&D analysts, chartered accountants and specialist business consultants, who work in partnership with innovative and forward-thinking businesses and organisations across virtually every business sector in Northern Ireland and throughout GB. We have particular expertise in regard to R&D tax credits. This is a complex and specialised area, and the Momentum team excels at managing the entire R&D tax credit application process on behalf of our clients. To date, we have maintained an outstanding track record in successful claims. This reflects not only our expert knowledge of tax legislation and our ability to research and write the best possible claim for your R&D tax credit initiative, but also our strong and ethical working relationship with HMRC.

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Lake Torrent – www.laketorrent.com

Lake Torrent is a development project located in Northern Ireland, transforming 163 acres of former clay pits in Coalisland into an International Motorsport Centre of Excellence. McCutcheon Management Consultancy is engaged to manage the finance options on this project from funding through to operational day-to-day finance activities. Phase 1 finance requirements will be circa £10m with the complete development £30m+ over the next 4-5 years.