I was a member of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) between the University of Brighton and Colony101, led by Dr Aidan Delaney. Colony101 develops and supplies an email and social marketing platform, allowing clients to build, deliver, and asses the success of campaigns. The company’s main product, Sentori, is provided as ‘Software as a service’.
This KTP aims to develop Cyclr, an innovative automated life-cycle marketing campaign tool. Cyclr will use a bespoke visual programming language for a no-code solution to connect existing applications and services. I will be contributing my experience in designing diagrammatic logics and software engineering to the project.
See the current list of KTPs at the University of Brighton