Edge Testing Solutions ranked No.98 on the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100
One of the UK’s largest independent software testing companies, Edge Testing Solutions, has been ranked at No. 98 on the 17th annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table ranks the UK’s fastest growing tech companies.
Brian Ferrie, founder and chief executive of Edge Testing, said: “For the second year running, we have been recognised as one of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK.
“These prestigious awards recognise the outstanding effort by the Edge team. We achieved our goal of exceeding £10m revenue by 2016 and are forecast to achieve another year of significant growth this year.
“We celebrate our 10th anniversary this month and this award, together with the growing team and healthy new business pipeline, sets us up for an exciting period in the company.”
Since its inception in 2007, Edge Testing has had 10 years of growth, year-on-year and now emoploys more than 250 people across the UK. Based at Strathclyde Business Park, it opened a digital test hub in Birmingham earlier this year, and boasts some of the UK’s premier testing thought leaders and experts.
In addition to the Tech Track recognition, Edge recently won the Large Business of the Year at ScotlandIS Digital Technology awards.
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