We are ecstatic to have been listed as ‘One to Watch’ by Fast Track. It’s a testament to the great work that our teams in both the UK and Vietnam have been doing here at Hunter Macdonald.
(PRWEB UK) 26 September 2016
Hunter Macdonald is proud to announce that they have been included in the prestigious 2016 Sunday Times Tech Track 100 as ‘One to Watch’.
The Tech Track 100 is compiled by Fast Track and is published annually in the Sunday Times. It contains a league table of the fastest growing companies in the UK and has previously featured organisations such as Ocado, Lovefilm and Sophos.
The ‘Ones to Watch’ feature shines a spotlight on ten companies who are growing rapidly and who are bringing real innovation to the market.
Following the announcement, Mark Ward, Senior Partner at Hunter Macdonald commented:
“We are ecstatic to have been listed as ‘One to Watch’ by Fast Track. It’s a testament to the great work that our teams in both the UK and Vietnam have been doing here at Hunter Macdonald.” He continued:
“We truly believe this award is due to the way we are transforming IT service delivery. Our innovative fixed price, outcome based approach means that we’re as invested in our client’s success as they are. It’s this commitment and shared ownership that has allowed us to become one of the fastest growing companies in the UK.”
Hunter Macdonald are a full IT service delivery company with services ranging from system integration and application development through to cloud migration and service operations.
They have 5 offices throughout the UK and 2 internationally.
For more information on Hunter Macdonald and the range of IT services offered, please visit http://www.huntermacdonald.com.
Hunter Macdonald is one of the UK’s most respected IT Delivery and Services organisations. They specialise in delivering digital transformation and operational IT services to many of the largest and most prestigious organisations in the world.
Hunter Macdonald was created by three founders who previously held IT Director and senior leadership roles at FTSE 100 companies. They started the company after realising that the traditional tier one technology providers were no longer providing the levels of service that companies required and they wanted to challenge the status quo by creating a viable alternative that was able to deliver innovative and cost effective solutions and services in a flexible and agile manner.
Over the past two years 7 other directors have joined the board, each of whom were selected due to their experience delivering complex and large scale transformation programmes. This has provided the company with an exceptionally strong board which has allowed them to scale the organisation quickly, the board is supported by an experienced senior management team as well as a very large team of highly experienced technologists.
They now deliver a full range of solutions and services to some of the largest and most prestigious organisations in the world. Their private sector clients include many of the most recognised brands globally and they work across sectors which range from Defence and Healthcare through to Fashion and Finance. Within the public sector, they work with many of the key central government departments. This includes organisations such as the Ministry of Justice, the Treasury and the Home Office.