Red Box Recorders has been awarded a place in the 11th annual Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 league table which ranks Britain’s one hundred privately-owned technology, media and telecoms (TMT) companies with the fastest- growing sales over the last three years.
It is the first time that Red Box’s success has been recognised in the league tables and it is the only digital voice recording, storage and retrieval company to appear this year.
The company, which was ranked 95 and selected from a database of 2 million private UK companies, was featured in the Sunday Times Supplement published yesterday with the following editorial comment:
“Calls may be recorded for training purposes is a familiar phrase and this Nottingham company has developed the software to make it happen. Customers are typically financial institutions and police forces which record calls for staff training, dispute resolution and protection against fraud. Iain Worthington and Andrew Jackson founded the business in 1988 and have opened offices in New York, Bangkok and Singapore. They now plan to expand in the Asia Pacific region and have recently won a contract with the Malaysian Police Force. Sales have grown 38% a year from £1.9 million in 2007 to £5.1 million in 2010.”
Iain Worthington, co-founder and CEO at Red Box, said: “Red Box Recorders is a refreshing challenger brand that is confronting industry norms and traditional boundaries in the digital recording sector to deliver straightforward, flexible, reliable and affordable voice recording solutions. It is our belief that within the digital recording marketplace, that too many solutions are too complex and costly for most businesses. Much of our success is down to our approach of being clear, down-to-earth and practical, which translates directly into the technology solutions that we offer. As a result we have developed a simple, smarter approach to delivering realistically priced solutions to meet the precise needs of customers.”