Tech Track 100: How Ntegra have grown in the IT consultancy market

Authored by Matthew Webb.
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Continuing our series profiling some of the leading companies from the 2014 Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list, we hear how Newbury-based IT consultancy Ntegra (external link) achieved £14.6m worth of sales in 2014.

Founded in 2003, Ntegra’s clients include Vodafone and they recently acquired Greenside Partners, which allowed them to diversify and offer tours of Silicon Valley to IT directors.

In the video below, we hear from CEO Andrew Davies on the challenges they’ve faced to establish themselves in the competitive IT consultancy market, the risks Ntegra has faced as it grows and acquires other firms, and why HR, finance and staff incentives are just as important as the product the offer.

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You can also watch our interview with David Mercer, CEO of top ranked 2014 Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 company LMAX exchange, as well as my analysis on the themes and developments in this year’s list.

For more information on the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 click here (external link).

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Matthew Webb

Matthew Webb is our Cyber Line Underwriter at Hiscox. Inspired by his father, who had built up his own independent insurance brokerage in their home town Tunbridge Wells, Matthew also took the leap into the world of insurance and has focused on products for commercial enterprises ever since. He is now a highly regarded UK resource on risks associated with cyber crime and data security.