Cloud tech provider NewVoiceMedia has been recognised in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100, reflecting its rapid international expansion and commitment to driving innovation.
NewVoiceMedia secured 66th place in the 15th annual league table, which ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms companies with the fastest-growing sales. Published on 6 September, the 100 businesses identified, grew their sales over the last three years to a total of £2.4bn, five times the combined sales of the companies in the first Tech Track 100 in 2001.
NewVoiceMedia recently announced that it grew its international new business by 528 percent in FY’2015, while continuing to expand its UK base. Named the world’s 11th top cloud startup, the vendor now serves customers spanning 128 countries and six continents, including MobileIron, TNT, RAC, Canadian Cancer Society, Quintessentially and Wowcher. NewVoiceMedia’s true cloud platform, ContactWorld, revolutionises the way organisations connect with their customers worldwide, enabling them to deliver a personalised and unique customer service experience and drive a more effective sales and marketing team.
Steve Langan, CEO of Hiscox Insurance Company, the title sponsor of the league table, comments, “Tech is one of this country’s most exciting sectors right now. It’s a phenomenal success story with impressive growth and innovation that has shown the UK deserves its position as a tech hub. There is much that other sectors could – and should – learn from UK tech, particularly when it comes to staying relevant and being agile. Every single one of this year’s Tech Track 100 businesses has made an important contribution to its sector and the wider economy, and that’s something to be immensely proud of”.
“We’re incredibly pleased to be recognised by the Sunday Times Tech Track 100”, comments Jonathan Gale, CEO of NewVoiceMedia. “This accolade is another milestone in NewVoiceMedia’s global expansion, and we continue to be relentlessly committed to driving innovation that will revolutionise the way organisations of all sizes connect with their customers. We look forward to continuing our impressive growth trajectory and reinforcing our position as leader in the cloud customer contact technology market, while helping our global customer base drive transformation in their businesses”.
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