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DevOps projects continue to grow in size, scale and importance, and new tools support these initiatives. DevOps leaders should recognise that the innovation required to meet the goal of DevOps now spans the toolchain, and this is reflected by the vendors included in this research.
Scotland has long been a breeding ground for innovation – it brought us the invention of the TV, passenger steamboat, telephone, radar, ultrasound scanner and bicycle, as well as the discovery of penicillin and the cloning of Dolly the Sheep. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
According to GP Bullhound the list of 50 private companies demonstrates the depth of technology excellence operating in the North. The 50 companies have grown their combined revenues by 90% to £1.12bn in 2015.
Specialist technology investment bank GB Bullhound has identified 12 Scottish companies which it believes could go on to emulate Skyscanner and FanDuel and attract a $1 billion valuation.
Agenor Technology has been recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing technology companies for the second consecutive year after being named in the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 50 2015.
Agenor Technology is among an elite group of only five Scottish companies to be ranked in the prestigious Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100. With average annual growth of 74.55%, we ranked 39th in the league table which recognises Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.
There are five Scottish companies in the 15th annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table. The table ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms companies with the fastest-growing sales over three years.
A computing services firm is set to launch itself on the global stage this week after investing more than £1 million in a software product that vastly increases the company’s growth potential.
There was very little in the Business Pledge that Agenor wasn’t already doing, but initiatives like this help to sharpen the company’s focus on good, responsible business.
Ms Sturgeon was in Gorgie to launch the Scottish Business Pledge, which the Scottish Government describes as a new social and economic partnership for growth.
A Borders IT firm has revealed plans to take on 75 full-time staff over the next three years. Agenor, which is based at Newtown St Boswells, also wants to double its turnover in the same period.
One of the UK’s fastest growing technology firms has ambitious plans for international expansion through "people power". As a specialist ICT and software business, Agenor operates a stringent policy of recruiting only the best professionals in their field.
Major expansion plans have been unveiled by a local IT services and software company. Based at Tweed Horizons and founded eight years ago by Andy Smith from Galashiels, Agenor Technology is set to double its £10million turnover – and recruit 75 new full-time staff over the next three years.
The 50 fastest-growing British technology companies have generated over £963 million in total annual revenues in the last year, according to Deloitte, employing more than 8,500 people and recording an average five-year growth rate of 1,695 per cent.
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