StarLeaf named one of the fastest growing tech companies in Sunday Times Tech Track 100

Cloud based voice and video collaboration solution specialist makes the list for the first time after after seeing significant year-on-year growth
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StarLeaf, a leading provider of cloud-based messaging, voice and video collaboration solutions, has been named in The Sunday Times Tech Track – one of the most prestigious listings for rapidly growing technology companies in the UK. 

According to the list, Watford based StarLeaf, which has 133 staff, has seen an 86.89 per cent annual sales rise over the last three years and was ranked 48th in the 100-strong list.

Responding to its placement, Mark Loney, CEO of StarLeaf said: “We are thrilled to be ranked on the Tech Track 100. Innovation sits at the core of what we do as a business and to see this recognised amongst the UK’s most elite tech companies is incredibly rewarding. As we expand our global footprint we want to ensure this uptake continues by investing in our headcount, business development and technology offering.” 

First published in 2001, the annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales. 

The Tech Track 100 adopts the London Stock Exchange’s Techmark definition of a technology company, showing a commitment to research, innovation and product development.

Founded in 2008, StarLeaf focuses on the needs of the business communications market. Prioritising ease-of-use for customers, the company delivers call and communication services, as well as network monitoring and call control. 

Its list of customers include major brands like Northumbrian Water, Travelex and Dr. Martens. StarLeaf is used widely across these organisations, improving collaboration and providing huge efficiency and cost savings, which in turn have enabled these businesses to significantly progress their revenue and sales targets.

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