Agilisys has been listed in The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 for a second time. The Top Track 250 league table ranks Britain’s private mid-market growth companies according to their year-on-year growth performance.
Agilisys was commended for its approach in tackling one of the country’s most pressing problems; ensuring all young people have the right skills in order to enter the workplace. Since 2012, Agilisys has worked in partnership with Arch Apprentices to successfully place over 1,000 apprentices across the UK.
Agilisys has continued to go from strength to strength in 2016, with an impressive list of contract extensions and expansions with existing customers. The company has also won significant new business, including a major digital transformation programme with Scottish Borders Council, the second Scottish local authority to have selected Agilisys as their digital services provider in the last 12 months.
More recently Agilisys unveiled its unique Community Cloud solution for the Public Sector, which follows the launch of Agilisys Care earlier this year.
CEO of Agilisys, Steven Beard, commented on the news saying: “We are thrilled to be named in The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 for a second time, and this year we are delighted to see that we are ranked even higher.
We see this as further evidence that our expertise in innovative technology, multi-channel customer service and digital transformation continues to resonate with customers new and old.
Agilisys take great pride in being seen as a responsible partner and in helping our clients maximise the potential technology brings.”
For the full league table, visit The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250.
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