Hunter Macdonald Officially UK’s Fastest Growing IT Services Company in the 2017 Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
We are extremely proud to have sustained for the second year running, the field-leading rapid growth that put us at the forefront of fast growing technology companies in the UK in 2016.
Our continued growth has officially seen us recognised as the fastest growing IT Services company in the UK and the 4th fastest growing technology company overall.
The Sunday Times-published Tech Track 100 ranks Britain’s 100 private tech companies with the fastest growing sales over the last three years. Previously listed companies include Dyson, ARM Holdings, UK Cloud and Deliveroo.
Following publication of the table, Mark Ward, CEO at Hunter Macdonald commented:
“To be placed on the Tech Track 100 league table is a fantastic achievement and one which all our team should be incredibly proud of. Their unfaltering commitment and dedication to going above and beyond for our clients, coupled with a real focus on quality, has been absolutely integral to powering our growth over the past 4 years. He continued:
“By building a solid foundation for growth and continuing to innovate both in the services we offer and in the way we engage with our clients, we have built a company which many of the largest and most prestigious organisations in the country trust to deliver their business-critical IT Programmes and Services. It’s a great time to be in the technology industry and we are incredibly honoured to be listed in the Tech Track alongside so many innovative and impressive technology companies.”
Hunter Macdonald is one of the UK’s most respected IT Delivery and Services organisations. They provide services ranging from system integration and application development through to cloud migration and service operations. Counting many of the world’s most prestigious organisations as clients, they have been recognised by the Sunday Times Tech Track, and Amazon’s Growing Business Awards, as one of the fastest growing companies in the UK.