MooD International, the leading provider of outcome-focused business software, is introducing the next generation of its innovative product, MooD 15 Build 110.
We are delighted to invite you to our MooD Customer Forum on 15th July at the RAF Club, Piccadilly, London, W1J 7PY commencing at 09:00 for 09:30.
Artificial Intelligence in the workplace: MooD International collaborates with York University to lead new research, 18th May 2016
The University of York will collaborate with MooD International on an innovative project that aims to apply artificial intelligence (AI) and computer game technology to help organisations make good management decisions.
We are delighted to announce that MooD International has been named Business of the Year at the 25th York Press Business Awards
By Simon Smith, Chief Technology Officer of MooD International.
I had the pleasure of chairing a number of sessions at the CIO Symposium in London at the end of June, where I also heard the Ministry of Defence (MOD) conveying a very strong message regarding the need for change and innovation in the sector.
Over the past eighteen months, a team within MooD International has been working with Dstl to develop an innovative system for 'cyber situation awareness'. This is of critical importance to the military due to the need to support and enable a mission commander to take appropriate action in the field in the face of the overwhelming volumes of data typically associated with cyber events.
MooD makes top 10 in The Sunday Times BT Business SME Export Track 100; the second endorsement for international trade in a month.
MooD International was today placed at number nine in the inaugural Sunday Times BT Business SME Export Track 100, which ranks Britain's private SMEs with the fastest growing international sales over the last two years. Its position in the league makes the Yorkshire-headquartered business performance software company the region's highest-ranked company, with exports hitting £2.6m in 2013 - representing an annual growth rate of 160 percent.
MooD International is again celebrating after being named - for the third time - winners of a Queen's Award for Enterprise, the UK's highest accolade for business success.
At Defence Information 2015, the UK Council for Electronic Business - UKCeB - awarded its 2015 Excellence Award to a consortium led by the MoD's Joint Forces Command and involving MooD International and Babcock Analytic Solutions.
MooD's experts to hold the interactive workshop "Transforming decision making for the MOD CIO community", 15th April 2015
MooD's International experts - Ecaterina Harling and David Harvey, together with Brigadier Scott Workman (ISS SRO Team Hd) will be holding an interactive workshop on "Transforming decision making for the MOD CIO community" at Defence Information '15 organized by UK Council for Electronic Business (UKCeB) and Cranfield University on April 15th-16th at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom in Shrivenam, Wilts.
With recent reports that more than 80% of large UK businesses and 60% of small companies suffered a cyber security breach in the last year, the impact of cyber-attacks on UK organisations and the wider economy is provoking increasing concern. Cy-ber attacks on military activity are also posing significant threats to operations, with significant additional cost implications.
An evening event at the British Computer Society in London on 2 June will feature Page Group and MooD International partner company byBrick.
A newly granted patent confirms MooD's unique ability to model, understand, analyse and hence support transformation across the complex and distinctive landscape of a business or programme.
It goes without saying that new technologies have had a great impact on the workplace and how businesses function at an operational level. The use of automation software and cloud computing are reducing the need for low-cost operatives to carry out business processes. But is automation really contributing to long-term business growth or effective decision-making?
In today's fast-moving global climate, organisations need to be aware of events, threats and potential impact on critical business process, so they can keep on the front foot - and focus on what really makes a difference to business outcomes. MooD Mobile takes this to the next level.
Even though economies are gradually improving after years of recession, there is still a strong focus on driving costs out of organisations. Outsourcing continues to be a popular option for companies looking to gain the benefits of specialist knowledge and experience at a price that is not prohibitive.
A software development firm has teamed up the University of York to explore how data analytics can be enhanced with computer gaming technology. MooD International, which is a double Queen's Award for Enterprise recipient, has recently won a further round of Research and Development (R&D) funding from the EU in collaboration with the University.
MooD International, already the recipient of two successive Queen's Awards for Innovation, has recently won a further round of R&D funding in collaboration with the UK's University of York
A recent report from the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network examined the mid-market companies in the German economy.
On Sunday 5th October, MooD International employees took on the challenge of cycling over 45 miles from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Palace, in support of the Prince's Trust, along with 4,000 members of the public.
MooD International is delighted to sponsor the 62nd Bristol and South West Festival of Male Voice Praise event, in support of The Prince's Trust. MooD is proud to announce its support for the 250-strong massed male voice choir concert, which is being staged at Colston Hall, Bristol's premier concert hall, on 12th September 2015.
During the month of June, MooD got involved in Yorks LovetoRide competition, encouraging people to get out and about on their bikes.
With HP BPO Flight Deck, HP aims to address many of the data challenges that organizations face when going for global process views...HP's product addresses growing demand and adds an edge to its F&A offerings with the flight deck and its price built into every deal.
Innovation is vital for business growth, and in May 2014 the UK's innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board announced a Smart award to MooD International towards future development of MooD, the UK's innovative software technology for Smarter Decisions.
During a catch-up with MooD International, visual data analytics was on the agenda. This is a strategic technology because of its ability to make analytic insight more accessible and there is plenty of activity.
Outsourcing has seen big changes in recent years. The mega multi-billion pound deals, which lasted for many years, are rapidly becoming a thing of the past.
The newly granted patent covers the handling of alternate business structures and options, a central aspect of MooD's "optioneering" innovation.
IST20 is the annual Inter Services cricket tournament that will once again be hosted by the MCC at Lord's on 3rd June and MooD International is extremely delighted to support the Combined Services Cricket Association (CSCA) and its chosen charities.
Through our State of Relations in Outsourcing report we wanted to get to the heart of the issues affecting the relationship between clients and suppliers.
MooD International's Steve Britton recently spoke to The Business Value Exchange.
Although some may consider the business adage, "You can't manage what you don't measure," a cliché, this doesn't make it any less true.
There are "fundamental flaws" in how contracts are agreed and delivered, making it difficult for outsourcers to deliver real value to businesses.
With the public sector continuing to look for savings and streamline processes, outsourcing still has a big role to play.
While 2013 was the year that the term ‘big data’ made it into public consciousness, some are picking 2014 as the year that it will actually go mainstream.
Underperformance is straining relations between commissioning CIOs and outsourcing firms, while flaws in outsourcing agreements are making it difficult for outsourcers to deliver real value to companies.
MooD's chief strategy officer, Dick Whittington, and chief technology officer, Simon Smith, spoke to Jane's Defence Weekly about MooD's work in cyber areas.
MooD International's article in Outsource magazine has been published and explores the findings of the State of Relations report and the implications it has for the outsourcing industry in 2014.
MooD International CEO George Davies comments on what is being done in the UK to protect businesses from cybercrime.
MooD International’s chief strategy officer, Dick Whittington, talks to Channel 4 News about how the MooD platform is "an interactive view of time in the past, the present and the future."
Big data is no longer just the domain of the IT department, but has spread to touch many other areas, from marketing to operations. Yet there is still a lot of confusion about how to get the most from it.
Read the findings from our research with 200 senior managers and directors who are responsible for outsourcing in some of the UK's largest companies.