Thomsons Online Benefits listed in Sunday Times Tech Track 100 for 4th consecutive year

Thomsons Online Benefits, the leading employee benefits consultancy and technology provider, has been listed for the fourth consecutive year in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100, the prestigious league which ranks Britain’s fastest growing unquoted technology companies. Thomsons became the seventh company to have been listed for four consecutive years.

Thomsons was ranked 72nd in the league, after ranking 44th in 2008, 54th in 2007 and 32nd in 2006. Rankings are based on sales growth over the last three years, with Thomsons recording an impressive 48 percent annual sales growth between 2005 and 2008.

The Tech Track 100 league is compiled by Fast Track, the leading networking events and research company dedicated to ranking Britain’s top private companies.

Michael Whitfield, Chief Executive Officer of Thomsons Online Benefits, commented, “After such economic turmoil worldwide, we are delighted that our continued strong growth in profits and revenue has been recognised for the fourth year running in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100. Our business is all about quality, consistency, and scalability and we are firmly set to continue this growth trend, despite the significant level of investment we continue to make in developing our people and services. Our portfolio of clients keeps growing with increasing numbers of blue chip companies choosing us as their strategic reward partners.

I am particularly proud to have achieved this for the fourth time which really reinforces what a success story Thomsons is. In the long history of these awards only six other companies have achieved a listing four times and we believe that no company has done that consecutively. With another good year being experienced in 2009 we see no reason not to increase that to five times in 2010!”

This year’s Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 was published in 20th September issue of the Sunday Times. More details can be found at:



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