Singletrack, the capital markets engagement and research management expert, has earned a place in Sunday Times Sage Tech Track 100 league table which ranks Britain’s 100 private tech (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years.
When they set up Singletrack in 2009, founders Stuart Berwick and Paul Dyson gambled on building its platform in the cloud, not widely used by enterprises at that time. Now, the capital markets specialist has a global clientbase including boutique investment research providers, specialist, mid-tier and bulge-bracket investment banks and institutional asset managers, all of whom have benefited from that original gamble, enabling them to seamlessly carry on working during the COVID-19 pandemic, no matter where they are located.
Stuart Berwick, CEO, explains “Our relationship and research management solution has been designed for the modern, on-demand world. It’s cloud based, it streamlines workflows and deploys artificial intelligence and machine learning to enable our clients to make the most of their research and of their sales data. Being cloud based has meant that neither we nor our clients have missed a beat during the pandemic – in fact, we’ve managed complex, global go-lives entirely remotely and offered clients free access to new COVID-oriented features, such as mobile functionality and Zoom integration to assist during this difficult period. We are proud to be included in this 20th anniversary Sunday Times Sage Tech Track 100 – I see it as a testament to the fantastic team here at Singletrack.”