VAR Bell Microsystems has been named one of the UK’s 100 fastest growing technology companies.
The Tech Track 100 league table ranked the Portsmouth-based Bell Microsystems as the UK’s 68th fastest-growing unquoted technology company by sales growth.
Alastair Bell, managing director of Bell Microsystems, told CRN its turnover grew by £11.9m to £14m over the past three years.
“This is proof we are doing things right and solving customers’ specific business pains in one of three areas: asset management, data centres and storager infrastructures,” he said.
The firm has worked with Transport for London to create a data-management system for the 2012 Olympics.
Bob Tarzey, service director at Quocirca, said the recognition such an accolade brings can be short-lived.
“Often SMEs grow quickly in their early years. The real proof will come from sustained or increased growth over a longer period of time,” he said.
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