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Fintech company moves into new Altrincham offices as it forecasts revenue surge

By Josh Peachey at

An Altrincham-based fintech company has moved into a new 3,000 sq ft office as it forecasted a jump in revenue to £4m.

Revive Management, which specialises in billing and payment solutions, is expecting its annual revenue to jump from £3m to £4m in 2020.

The impressive forecast comes after it picked up six new FTSE-size clients this year.

Revive’s offices are now in Lindley Court in Altrincham, as they push on with plans grow to a 40-strong team with hires across internal technical development, product innovation and account management.

Some of the artwork around the new office

Geoff Boudin, Sales Director at Revive, said: “Despite the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have achieved excellent results so far this year and we’re on track for a great 2021.

“This is all thanks to our growing team and our customers, and we’re looking forward to achieving further growth and bringing the benefits of our solution to more markets in the coming months and years.”

The new office has scope for a suitable social distanced working environment and spaces for employees to enjoy downtime.

The 3,000 sq ft space can accommodate socially-distanced working.

Revive’s current workforce has already grown over the past 12 months, with additions to the management team, as well as recruiting staff remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The company delivers a digital collections solution, incorporating SMS, voice and email reminders for due and overdue bills.

Revive’s communications platform delivers more than two million messages per day and is used by multi-national organisations to deliver proactive payment solutions, overdue payment collection services, and to gather customer feedback.