Teneo Named in Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200
June 12, 2017
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Theale, UK – June 12, 2017 – Teneo, the Work From Anywhere IT services company, has achieved position 131 on the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 – a list of Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing overseas sales. The listing rewards Teneo’s 37.2% overseas growth, achieved despite a turbulent UK and international economic market environment, which has witnessed Brexit and elections in the UK, US and throughout Europe.
Teneo saw strong growth in annual international sales, achieving £15.37m from a total revenue of £29.163m. The listing comes following Teneo’s sustained growth in the USA, Australia and France, where it helps enable plans for digital transformation, workforce mobilization and business expansion by providing the visibility, performance and security required to achieve the IT function of tomorrow. Teneo customers include public and private sector organizations such as energy management company Schneider Electric.
Teneo is one of only 22 technology companies to make the list demonstrating the organisation’s strength in the export market. Other companies on the list include well-known brands such as food producer Baxters and coffee house operator Caffè Nero.
Piers Carey, CEO of Teneo comments: “Teneo has really solidified its global presence in recent years and being recognized in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 confirms our international growth success. Our international sales have grown year-on-year, and we’re actively pursuing these markets to achieve even stronger growth over the next five years.
“Our expansion very much supports our global customer base. Ultimately, we want to enable our customers to use new technology, delivered as a Teneo service, to their advantage – regardless of the time zones they operate in.”
James Hall, Piers Carey and Marc Sollars accepting the Teneo award at the 8th annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 awards dinner on September 19th 2017 in London.
Most IT Infrastructure and Operations teams are overworked and struggle to introduce new technology. At Teneo, our Work From Anywhere IT services combine leading technology with expert guidance, so they can embrace innovation with confidence. Find us at www.teneo.net
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