Triteq have been nominated for the British Engineering Excellence Awards which aim to demonstrate and promote the quality of engineering design within the UK, to emphasise innovation and effectiveness in order to allow smaller companies to compete on an equal footing with larger ones.
The last 12 months have been Triteq's most successful yet; even with the economic downturn, Triteq has doubled it's team. A surge in medical business enabled the company to invest heavily in people and with a new team of Industrial Designers, Triteq provides a complete product design service.
The challenge for the business is to manage different customer projects, not only in the details of the design, but also with client liaison, to ensure requirements are met. Internal restructure has meant that Project Managers have been added to Triteq's team, which has benefited both the business and relationships with customers. The customer is fully informed of progress and design efficiency improved through better planning and allocation of resources.
Triteq serves a broad market base of customers with a focus on telematics and safety-critical electronics and provides them with high quality, innovative design solutions tailored to meet their precise requirements. These include electronic and electromechanical design, software, control platforms and integration of telematic technologies. Customers within medical, telecoms, exploration and product innovation sectors benefit from Triteq's in-house operations; comprising design, test, tooling and production.
In September, the company will move to new premises to accommodate its 50 strong team and new technical facilities. Innovation and invention – Triteq operates as a technology and product consultant across multiple markets. This brings cross fertilisation of ideas, technology and good practice to the business, building on its position as a leading consultancy.
Triteq operates at the current edge of technology and is successful at identifying potential growth areas for new business. In the early 2000's, medical electronics was identified as an opportunity and the business successfully marketed its expertise in this field. However, knowledge is not limited to the medical sector and the business is constantly seeking new technology/markets for opportunities.