We're delighted to have been shortlisted in two categories at The Courier Business Awards 2018 - Digital Business of the Year and Small Business of the Year.
Scotland's Rock Art Project, which was developed by Horisk for Historic Environment Scotland, has been shortlisted in the Public Sector category of The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2018.
The Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) has appointed Horisk to develop a system to allow online applications for charitable status. It aims to make registration as simple as possible for the applicant while also allowing the streamlining of decision-making processes within OSCR.
We all know GDPR is coming and it will affect how organisations deal with personal data. We have been doing some interesting work on some of our systems and sites to help clients implement their updated policies.
Horisk are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Best Performing Business category at The Fife Business Awards 2018.
We're delighted to have been be appointed to the new Scottish Procurement Digital Services Dynamic Purchasing System as a supplier for Digital Projects.
Historic Environment Scotland have appointed Horisk to develop the digital resources for Scotland’s Rock Art Project (ScRAP) – an innovative project to record and research prehistoric rock carvings, and bring them to the attention of a modern-day audience.
Horisk are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Digital Business of the Year category at The Courier Business Awards 2017.
Brian Horisk has been appointed to the board of Fife Chamber of Commerce.