The company is recruiting new people to keep pace with demand and will grow to 10 full-time staff, compared with just three at the same point last year and only one in 2012.
The firm has quickly gained a reputation as a disruptive industry innovator, generating interest from organisations around the world including governments, police forces, multinational NGOs and Fortune Global 500 companies.
The latest account with an undisclosed company will see the firm’s KeyLines data visualisation capability deployed into one of Europe’s largest police forces.
Cambridge Intelligence CEO Joe Parry said: “The interest in KeyLines has been staggering. From law enforcement to fraud detection to social media monitoring, we’ve been approached to help solve hundreds of different data visualisation problems all over the world.
“This latest account is particularly exciting and really proves that Cambridge Intelligence is a trustworthy partner for the most complex and significant data visualisation projects.”
And the firm continues to pick up awards – last month (February) it was named one of the Everline Future 50 which recognises Britain’s most exciting and disruptive young companies.
Andrew Disney, Cambridge Intelligence digital marketing manager, said: “It’s a great honour to be recognised as a trailblazer by Real Business and the Everline Future50 judges.
“This award is testament to the innovative research and development we do every day, building truly unique visualisation software that helps our customers overcome the big data challenge and make better decisions."
See more on the Future 50 awards at http://realbusiness.co.uk/future-50
Cambridge Intelligence: www.cambridge-intelligence.com