Seven of Evolve's men folk are venturing into the ancient art of moustache growing in support of the Movember fundraising campaign.
Last year over 850,000 men adorned their upper lips with hair in November and raised in excess of £79m for cancer research and awareness projects.
Read more to follow our team's efforts.
The world seems to change faster everyday and the demand is on companies to not only keep up but to innovate and differentiate their services. Evolve Analytics can help you lead the charge.
Evolve Analytics is an innovative and collaborative data analytics service provider with a successful track record of collating, cleansing and analysing large data sets to provide benefit for its clients.
Founded in 1998 as Utility Billing and Metering (UBM), the business developed bespoke software to analyse settlement data in the Gas supply market. UBM applied its analytical tools to the industry balancing and settlement systems and metering functions, working with all of the major UK suppliers to correct millions of kWh’s of errors. In 2007, UBM was re-branded as Revenue Assurance Services and was acquired by Spice Group, where the service offering was extended to the Electricity Supply market.
Morrel Consulting was brought into Spice Group in 2008. Morrel was a successful niche business specialising in analysing water industry data to deliver financial and operational performance benefits.
In December 2010 Spice Plc was acquired by private equity firm Cinven and rebranded to EnServe Group in September 2011. Following the purchase of our parent company, we assessed our core capabilities, infrastructure and IP and refocused them with the “needs of our clients” at the heart. After an intense business transformation process, we developed new products and services and merged Revenue Assurance Services and Morrel Consulting to become Evolve Analytics.
Operating principally in the UK, Evolve Analytics and the EnServe Group have a burgeoning international presence in North America, continental Europe and Australasia. The group maintains turnover in excess of 300m p.a