We’re proud to announce Adaptavist has ranked 56th on the annual Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200. The prestigious list, now in its 12th year, ranks the UK’s mid-market private businesses with the fastest-growing international sales, and we’re delighted to be included alongside a host of notable British powerhouses.
This marks a significant leap from last year’s entry on the list at 126th. It’s validation of our increased efforts to offer insight and assistance to the largest, most complex organisations, wherever they are in the world, helping them optimise and automate their software development processes.
In good company
"It’s an honour to be among such illustrious company and to receive recognition for our hard work," said our CEO, Simon Haighton-Williams. "Adaptavist knows the difficulties companies are facing, which is why we’re always looking for new and innovative ways to tackle complex challenges. Our continued growth internationally is a big part of delivering in-depth consulting, enterprise software, and advanced solutions to help others thrive and transform in this fast-paced digital environment."
The list is compiled by Fast Track – a leading research and events company – and measures companies’ latest two years of available accounts. Adaptavist reported staggering international sales growth of 87 percent from 2018 to 2019, with international sales of £44 million in 2019.
And we’ve not slowed down since. We’ve scaled our global team by 21 percent in 2020 – with employees based in the USA, Canada, Estonia, China, Spain, and Malaysia – and made a number of strategic investments.
Last July, we announced the acquisition of Go2Group, a US company that specialises in DevOps services and enterprise cloud solutions, making us one of the largest Atlassian partners in North America and bolstering our digital transformation capabilities. We’re perfectly positioned to ensure our clients across the world can adapt and collaborate at scale.
A virtual celebration
The International Track 200 is published in the Sunday Times. This year a special Covid-19 edition will highlight the important contribution that private companies have made during the pandemic.
We’re humbled to be in the fortunate position to grow our company and celebrate our achievements during these challenging times. And we look forward to helping your teams to thrive with our support, software, and services in the years to come.