Group recognised for its global growth
Amor Group scooped the top title of Digital Technology Company of the Year at the third Digital Technology Awards held in
The group won the award in recognition of growing to become
Amor Group’s John Innes, also won CEO of the year in joint place with Gary Ennis of NS Design.
Innes was praised by his peers for driving rapid growth at Amor Group, making them the largest indigenous Scottish digital technology company.
Iomart won the Outstanding Performance in Business Growth (larger companies) category after transforming its business to become one of the leading providers of bespoke private and hybrid cloud solutions in the
Over the last 12 months they have increased turnover by 30% from £33 to £43 million and increased profits from £6 million to just under £11 million.
FreeAgent, the fast growing small business accounting software specialists were joint winners of the Digital Technology Company of the Year (small company). They were selected by the judges for their dramatic growth, both in revenues and subscribers, and for starting to break into the
FanDuel, the fantasy sports gamers currently taking the
The award for International Growth, recognising overseas sales, was won by Seebyte who generate over two thirds of their revenues from export markets, supplying clients in the Military and Oil and Gas sectors with advanced underwater tracking software, and selling to many of the world’s leading navies and global oil and gas companies, across five continents.
The Best Newcomer awards went to Hutchinson Networks. The judges were impressed by the company’s ambition, the speed with which they have scaled-up the business and their ability to support customers 24/7 around the world from their base in
The Best New Product or Service award was won by Clear Returns which uses smart analytics and predictive software to handle the returns challenges faced by the fast growing e-commerce industry.
Polly Purvis, Executive Director of ScotlandIS, said the year had seen a consistent story across the board of increased activity internationally.