Growing from 44th place last year, the listing recognises our growth in 2016, largely attributed to a large digital transformation project we started with HSBC and continuing our relationship with luxury retailer Fortnum & Mason.
Cain Ullah, Co-Founder and CEO says: "Being included in The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 for the second year in a row is a great achievement and validation of the ongoing hard work and dedication of our whole company. Last year, we featured at 44th and this year at 31st, which demonstrates the incredible growth that has been achieved by our ability to scale excellence internally and externally."
David Wynne, Co-Founder and COO continues: "Myself, Cain and Stuart set up Red Badger in 2010 to turn the traditional consulting model on its head: no incentivised sales team, just great people doing great work that focuses on quality, value and collaboration. It was a bold move but we've proven that this can not only be done but it can be done with great success."
Stuart Harris, Co-Founder and CIO added: "We've built an incredibly strong team at Red Badger that is passionate and skilled at helping large organisations transform their digital capabilities. At HSBC, we're leading on a large scale digital transformation project, changing culture, and delivering products that make it super easy for customers in the UK and Hong Kong to open current accounts and apply for credit cards and loans. At Fortnum & Mason, we're continuing to help them break their online sales records. For us, every project is about lasting organisational change."