Trojan has developed, supplied and supported specialist finance systems for Social Services, National Health Service and Local Government organisations the length and breadth of the UK for more than 30 years.
Although there will be no disruption to the customer experience or every-day operations,
Migrating Trojan’s systems to a state-of-the-art Microsoft development platform and the Azure cloud-based infrastructure will also enable more frequent updates to the software, keeping pace with user expectations and making the user experience richer and more intuitive.
“We want to reassure all of Trojan’s valued customers and staff that we’re 100% committed to continuing the success of the company and its products,” said Howard Sears,
Explaining Trojan’s stand-out appeal to Astuta, he added, “Trojan is a leader in safeguarding vulnerable groups. Key to the solution it provides to more than 80 local authorities is CASPAR, a system that monitors and records spending for vulnerable people. Ultimately this spending has to be reported to the regulator. All of this fits very well with the regulatory reporting-related activities of the other software organisations we have acquired and funded. The intelligent automation of regulatory reporting and compliance is a central interest of Astuta, and it’s one of the pivotal ways we add value to the technology companies we acquire.”