Project Management veterans and successful entrepreneurs Colin Manson and James McCallum created Xergy Group and set out on a mission to improve and transform operating models across industries from energy and engineering to real-estate and manufacturing, with a vision is to accelerate the energy transition and digital transformation.
After an intensive period of market research, R&D, prototyping and early stage development, Xergy Group sought initial investment to accelerate platform development.
Xergy Group partners with Dot Zero software development company to drive the development of Proteus and Marketplace, and Gneiss Energy were engaged to advise on strategy and finance.
Xergy raise £1.8M of investment to further the development of Proteus and Marketplace. A second office is opened in the United Arab Emirates, and the company hires specialists to drive the technology, sales, and marketing for Xergy Group.
Proteus is launched to market and receives positive reviews.
Marketplace is launched to market and over 1,000 freelancers, consultants, and gig workers sign up in the first month.
Scottish Enterprise awards Xergy Group an initial 'Early Stage Growth Challenge Fund Investment'.
Xergy Group brings technology development in house, creating 10 new jobs in Scotland.
Xergy Group products attract interest from other verticals, and the products are white labeled for Financial Services.
Xergy Group release key integration capabilities supporting Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace with the goal of providing product users with a seamless experience.
Xergy Group sees a significant increase in new customers to its products from across the energy sector, which are being seen as a critical component for companies going through energy transitions and digital transformations.
Proteus and Marketplace technological development continues, and finance capabilities are launched in Proteus.
Xergy Group close £4.25 million Seed A+ fundraise to significantly scale-up the business and products.
Following a continued period of research and development, Xergy Group issues its latest release of Proteus, which includes a new-look navigation, as well as upgraded proposals and project functionality.
Proteus wins a competitive bid to work with large infrastructure consultancy, Aurecon. Proteus evolves into a product which positions project controls at the centre of the project workflows.
The change management functionality is added to enable companies to dynamically manage complex work breakdown structures.
New functionality is added to allow users to handle larger projects, enabling project managers to manage their project and business cost efficiency.
With the addition of a new resource scheduling functionality, Proteus enables key decision makers to optimise the utilisation of hardware, software and people during projects.
The Opportunity feature is significantly upgraded, allowing users to manage and document their decision-making during bidding processes.
Proteus is designed to position a CTR / Work Package / WBS structure as the backbone of the project workflows. An upgraded timesheeting system will allow users to seamlessly integrate real-time utilisation data with the WBS.
Through integration of Proteus with multiple digital platforms Proteus will enable companies to significantly reduce their digital spend whilst increasing functionality and flexibility