Scottish data science firm announces expansion following six-figure Netherlands contract

A SCOTTISH company that helps speed up medical research has signalled “substantial growth” after winning its ever biggest contract in a deal it says will facilitate biomedical research on an “unprecedented scale.”Aridhia, set up in 2007 by Scots software entrepreneur David Sibbald, said its three-year, six-figure deal with a university teaching hospital linked to one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands would lead to the creation of at least ten new jobs and would help accelerate up to 1,600 clinical research projects into a range of conditions.“It’s brilliant,” said chief executive Chris Roche. “It’s a great validation of everything we’ve been building in the last couple of years. It shows other countries buying into something we’ve designed and built out of Scotland. It shows Scotland, Edinburgh and Glasgow as…


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