Olive Communications has appeared for the 2nd consecutive year in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100. Olive has made a significant move 42 places up the table to number 49 in 2014.
The Sunday Times Hiscox 2014 Tech Track 100 measures the fastest growing privately owned UK technology firms and bases its rankings on revenues from the last three years.
Martin Flick, CEO, Olive Communications, said: “It’s been a fantastic year for Olive – we’ve won long term contracts with prominent enterprise customers such as Lastminute.com, Chelsea FC, Murphy and Scania to name a few. At the same time we have enhanced and expanded customer operations including a large new customer contact centre at Hatfield, we have revitalised our brand and won a number of top industry awards, which has all contributed to a strong increase in revenues and profitability. We are delighted to be recognised again in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 as being one of the 50 fastest growing Tech companies in the UK and being recognised for a second year in succession demonstrates our sustained growth. In the last few weeks we have continued our investment into our future success with the acquisition of SafetyBank, an exceptionally innovative business, which gives Olive an unrivalled product and service portfolio that should see our organic growth trend continue next year and beyond.”
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