Tecknuovo ranked on the Sunday Times 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list

Jul 2, 2022
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Tecknuovo are ranked 78th on the Sunday Times 2022 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list.

This list recognises the fastest-growing private companies in the United Kingdom. Listed companies must demonstrate consistent growth, create jobs, and, sustain profitability.

Tecknuovo has demonstrated a 52.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) and £23.5 million in latest sales.

Thanks to its innovative Deliberately Different offering, Tecknuovo has won big contracts over the last three years despite its relative infancy. This has included work to support the delivery of HMRC's Brexit strategy and a project that has helped Thames Water decouple from complex and costly legacy technology contracts and migrate to modern cloud-based platforms.

The growth doesn’t stop here, Tecknuovo's HQ team has increased by more than 90% in the last fiscal year, with plans to increase by another 90% in the next 12 months.

CEO Gus Sargent writes,

Seven years on from founding the company it is a privilege to see our company name in this list as it confirms our commitment to quality delivery and value for our customers. I am endlessly proud of our Tecknuovo team and our growth.

You can see the full list at the Sunday Times 100.

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