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company history

Latitude 91 has a proud history in delivering IT services to the public and private sectors. We have been pioneers in the industry for many years and are known for taking innovative steps. We are very proud of our achievements and all the people who led us here.

  • 1991

    SkillSet founded

    This was the time when SkillSet, our training business, was founded. We had no idea how far we would go, we weren’t even sure that we would be able to survive for a few years. This was the time of Microsoft's first common operating environment and our training helped a number of companies train their staff in this newfangled way of doing things.

  • 2006

    Latitude 91 acquires SkillSet

    Back in 2006, Latitude 91 was called Polar Moment Group Limited and was formed by existing SkillSet directors and some newcomers. We developed the SkillSet training business but also started the Polar Moment payment business.

  • 2010

    Latitude 91 acquires Inex

    To supplement the existing software development work within Latitude 91's business operations, the group acquired the business assets of Inex a BPM (Business Process Management) consultancy to increase our development capability.

  • 2016

    Latitude 91 - a group of high quality companies

    Our journey and our loyal customer base has helped us grow. The pace of change in information technology is unrelenting. Our staff whether they are learning and development specialists in SkillSet, strategists or developers in Polar Moment continually learn and innovate to exploit the full potential of new technologies to power our services.

How can we help you?

Contact us at the Latitude 91 office nearest to you or submit an inquiry online.

What I saw from Polar Moment was a standard of response well beyond anything I had experienced from other Suppliers throughout my time here.

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Simon Brand
Head of Programme Delivery and Operational Excellence, Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services

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