The Clue User Conference this year was another record breaker. Let’s start with some numbers 35 – the number of organisations in attendance 45 – the number of new product ideas recorded during the course of the day 34 – the number of suggestions on extensions to...
Online fraud is now the most common crime in the UK. After a marked increase in enquiries from government departments and non-departmental public bodies (NDPB) about our software, we decided it was time to get some interested parties around a table to discuss. That’s...
This year’s Clue conference is shaping up to be the biggest ever and we can now reveal more details of some special guests that will be attending. If you’ve not already registered it’s not too late, please respond to the email address below. Keynote...
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