LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Equal Experts has made it into the prestigious Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list for the third year in a row. Ranking 27th, Equal Experts once again posted impressive growth, up 90% from 2013. One of very few companies to be listed three times, Equal Experts has grown from a £630K turnover to £23m in the last five years.
“We continue to attribute growth to our disruptive business model where we only employ consultants with well over eight years’ experience. This means that our cross-functional delivery teams have the highest concentration of talent in the industry. This brainpower and technical leadership uniquely positions us to guide large organisations through their digital transformation,” said Thomas Granier, Founder and Managing Director, Equal Experts. “Our Associate-based model is thriving despite stiff competition from traditional consultancies and showcases where business is heading,” Thomas added.
“Additionally, we offset delivery risk by employing relentless quality processes and a “zero tolerance” attitude to defects. We strive to achieve simple and maintainable solutions, using innovative open source technologies. We are also able to scale agile to the real-world constraints of corporate environments,” said Ryan Sikorsky, Director, Equal Experts.
“Equal Experts' strong growth is testimony to the strength of our long-term relationships with our clients and the value we have helped them to deliver. It is also testimony to our growing team of Associates and staff who have all made this possible,” Thomas added.
The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track league table ranks Britain’s 100 private tech companies with the fastest growing sales over the last three years.
About Equal Experts
Equal Experts’ agile practitioners combine technical excellence and business pragmatism to deliver simple bespoke software solutions to complex business problems.
We offset delivery risk by trusting only talented, highly experienced people to employ relentless quality processes and a “zero tolerance” attitude to defects. We make heavy use of open source technology wherever possible, which dramatically lowers total cost of ownership for clients.
By leading by example and grounding everything we do in concrete software deliveries, we are able to bring our experience to bear, helping large organizations through their digital transformation.
Customers include Telefonica and our software solutions underpin major initiatives such as O2’s Priority Moment’s customer loyalty campaign as well as myO2 self-serve capability. We are using our private sector experience to help UK government departments like HMRC and the Home Office to roll out their digital strategy.