Node4 has been unveiled as one of the 50 best performing privately owned technology companies in the UK by Megabuyte.
The Megabuyte50 awards identify the 50 best financially performing, privately owned companies in the UK mid-market. The awards differ from other ‘growth’ awards in the superior rigour of their financial analysis and their specific focus on pure-breed technology companies, rather than companies with a peripheral involvement with technology. As such they provide a highly sophisticated and influential benchmarking reference for companies or the investor and advisory communities seeking to understand relative peer performance.
During the past year, Node4 has seen significant success, including the strategic acquisition of LETN Solutions. The acquisition saw LETN’s Reading office, services and employees become a part of Node4 and extended Node4’s existing portfolio of Cloud solutions, allowing it to enhance its Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Disaster Recovery and Virtualisation service offerings. Node4 also furthered its long-term business strategy by opening a new office in the City of London. The new office expanded Node4’s presence and provides direct support to its new and existing customers at a regional level in the south of England.
Paul Bryce, Business Development Director at Node4 commented: “Being named in the Megabuyte50 is a terrific honour and recognition for over a decade of success and rapid growth that shows no signs of slowing down. It’s clear that our success is not just down to our technical expertise and exceptional customer service, but also the insight and understanding we have of our own business. This award is a strong endorsement of the positive direction in which the business is travelling and we continue to invest in our infrastructure and develop our service offering to ensure we stay one step ahead in what is a very competitive market.”
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