ProCenseo was launched in 2009 as a project that would create new jobs and help companies cut emissions and was welcomed by the Scottish Government Enterprise Minister Jim Mather.
Mr Mather attended an event to mark ProCenseo opening for business in Dundee.
ProCenseo has developed new and highly innovative software for calculating energy use in commercial buildings. The Space Manager software enables energy assessors to be much more accurate and productive when producing an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).
Mr Mather said:
“I warmly welcome the development of ProCenseo’s new software, which will help companies save energy, cut emissions, increase their competitiveness and profitability.
“The project is particularly exciting as the company’s decision to locate this project in Dundee underlines the city workforce’s reputation for excellence.
Steve Harrison, Managing Director of ProCenseo, said:
“ProCenseo has already started to grow a dedicated team of experienced staff. And access to such experienced personnel was a major contributor to the decision to locate here in Dundee.
“Our Space Manager product has been extremely well received by the industry. It raises the level of the bar in terms of speed, accuracy, improving energy efficiency and providing businesses with a range of energy options to improve the bottom line. This is not simply a business issue, it also has an environmental dimension since 40 per cent of carbon dioxide emissions come from energy used to heat, light and run our buildings.”