Cambridge Cognition, a global leader in cognitive assessment tools, today announces the opening of a new Software Development Hub in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The Hub has been built in conjunction with Broadlight Global, who specialise in onboarding software developers and have extensive experience in the African market. This move marks an important step in Cambridge Cognition's rapid growth plans by enabling the Company to support more academic, pharmaceutical and biotech customers to develop treatments that will improve patients’ quality of life.
The Johannesburg Hub will be responsible for developing, improving and maintaining software solutions across all of Cambridge Cognition's product portfolio, including its flagship product CANTAB Connect™. The Hub will work in conjunction with software development teams in the Company’s Cambridge, UK office.
Ricky Dolphin, Chief Technology Officer at Cambridge Cognition commented "South Africa has a strong technology sector with some of the best software engineers in the world. We are excited to be partnering with Broadlight Global to tap into the local talent pool, create jobs and achieve Cambridge Cognition’s ambitions of developing cognitive assessment tools with the potential to improve outcomes for people living with neurological disorders.”
Jody Cox, Broadlight Global Co-founder and Solutions Director said "We are delighted to be working with Cambridge Cognition to help them achieve their ambitious plans for growth. Andrew Jones, our Client Partner has over 22 years’ experience of working in IT and Business Support Services and has an extensive knowledge of how South Africans can optimally perform and a network which he shares with customers.”