Crimtan, a global marketing technology company headquartered in London, today announced it has been placed at number 56 on the annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track. The news follows its recognition as a ‘Rising company to keep an eye on’ in 2013’s Tech Track.
The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 ranks Britain’s top 100 privately held technology companies with the fastest growing sales over the last three years. Crimtan joins an illustrious list of technology powerhouses who have made the cut previously, which includes Shazam, Zoopla and Kaspersky Labs.
Paul Goad, Managing Director of Crimtan, commented: “We’re delighted to not only have made the list, following our recognition as ‘one to watch’ last year, but to have entered at such a high position.”
Goad continues: “Our ranking at number 56 out of 100 demonstrates just how significant our growth is, even in such a short space of time. Since last year we’ve been busy developing our technology, opening new offices and recruiting extensively and we look forward to seeing what position on the list we achieve next year. Crimtan has always been dedicated to developing advertising technology that can target audiences at scale in a brand safe environment and deliver the performance that advertisers demand. We will continue working on new solutions for advertisers and see even more exciting times ahead for both Crimtan and our clients.”
Steve Langan, managing director of Hiscox UK and Europe, the title sponsor of the league table, commented: “It takes a number of qualities to be recognised as a Tech Track 100 business. Having well defined company values, a focus on nurturing talent, achieving customer satisfaction, and an eye on future-proofing your business are all important attributes. Many former Tech Track 100 companies have gone on to become stand-out successes, and this year’s listing is equally exciting.”
Link to Sunday Time full list.