Software Builder Versori Fires Up in Manchester

Tech startup looking for alpha testers and new business with its Switchboard offering, an Integration Platform as a Service.

Technology group Versori has powered up in Greater Manchester to provide the development and maintenance of software products for business and enterprise use. 

The Altrincham-based startup says it is looking to provide its clients with “the key infrastructure to run their operations”.

Versori’s founder is Sean Brown. He is currently Managing Director at Gitwork UK, which provides remote software developers and engineers to customers.

Last year, Brown exited his e-commerce and marketplace platform Mercato. The latter grew to a team of 24 in 18 months, and got £1 million in ARR.

Versori is keen for quick action in the UK and its site is offering people the chance to be an “alpha user”.

Brown explains: “Becoming an alpha tester comes with many perks – the main one is we will build all of your system integrations for you, completely free.”

The company is very clear about what it can offer as its website lists quite a few options available.

Switchboard is an Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS). The idea is to let users build their integrations and workflows. Data transformations and workflows can be streamed in real time.

Switchboard is all about low-code automation and allows various data formats to be integrated. In addition, it provides a library of “pre-baked” apps or the option to connect a custom app.

Versori is also looking for activity in the competitive fintech sector. Koja is a browser and app-based digital wallet, which connects to a user’s bank account with open banking protocols. E-commerce store owners can install a “snippet” of code to their stores to accept Koja.

Along with that, there is Channels. This allows businesses to manage products, customers and orders from all points of sales in one place.

In addition, Versori owns and operates Cartzo, a marketplace for home, garden and DIY. That provides sellers and brands with selling tools and support services.

Last month the tech startup picked up £1.5 million in seed funding to give it a helpful boost.

Antony Peyton
Antony Peyton
Antony Peyton is the Editor of eWeek UK. He has 18 years' journalism and writing experience. His career has taken him to China, Japan and the UK - covering tech, fintech and business. Follow on Twitter @TonyFintech.

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