Mobliciti Ranked No.69 in Sunday Times Tech Track 100
Surrey, UK – 12th September 2016, leading Mobile-IT Managed Services provider, Mobliciti was recognised in the 16th annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 League.
Mobliciti was recognised for their involvement in rolling out WiFi across Nationwide Building Society’s 700 high street branches and offices. Mobliciti has also seen strong and steady growth, with 53% growth over 3 years supplying services to many FTSE 500 businesses and 40 of the top 100 UK Law Firms.
Shane Taylor, CEO at Mobliciti said: “I am delighted and proud that Mobliciti has been recognised in the prestigious Sunday Times Tech Track 100. This achievement is a direct reflection of the focus and relentless hard work of our specialist team who remain committed to achieving our vision to be the leading provider of end-to-end Mobile IT services to the Enterprise.”
The 16th annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales.
Mobliciti are the only Mobile IT services provider featured in the league table, previous Tech Track 100 success stories include Just Eat, which featured in 2012 and is now worth c£4bn. Zoopla featured in 2013 and is now valued at c£1.3bn. Sophos featured in 2002 with sales of £23m, floated in 2015 and is now worth £1.1bn.
The Tech Track 100 is sponsored by Hiscox, Barclays, BDO and BGF, and compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based research and networking events firm.
Steve Langan, CEO of Hiscox Insurance Company, commented: “The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 never fails to impress and this year is no different. We are proud to be associated with it, not least as we support more than 40,000 technology companies across the UK and Ireland and see first-hand their tenacity and infectious ambition. Congratulations to all of the southeast companies listed this year – the growth and innovation they demonstrate is highly commendable.”
Tech Track 100 is compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times each September.