Civica climbs higher on Sunday Times Top Track 250
The Civica Group, a market leader in critical software applications, digital solutions and managed services, has boosted its ranking in the annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 list of leading mid-market companies.
Published this October, the 14th annual Top Track 250 ranks Britain’s top private mid-market growth companies. Since entering the ranking in 2012, Civica has moved up 162 places to no.66, driven by the company’s continued strong growth performance which has seen Group revenues increase almost 40% over the last two years.
Wayne Story, Civica Group CEO commented: “We’re delighted to be recognised as one of Britain’s leading mid-market companies, which is an important sector for the economy overall. Providing our customers with the software technology and automation behind essential every day services, Civica continues to build on our strong financial and operational track record. Investment in talent is an increasingly important aspect, and as one of the fastest growing providers of our kind, we continue to invest in our people and our platform.”
Indeed, this latest endorsement follows strong recognition for Civica as an employer of choice, from the Glassdoor 2018 Employee’s Choice Awards in which the company was ranked in the top 50 nationally, to our Investors in People Gold accreditation.
Dave Munton, Partner & Head of Mid-Market at Grant Thornton UK LLP, the title sponsor of the league table, praised the companies for their performance: “Advances in robotics and artificial intelligence, the pervasive challenge of cybercrime, and the uncertain impacts of Brexit are among the significant issues facing Britain today. If we are to continue turning innovative ideas into businesses with international scale, we all need to play our part in shaping a vibrant economy that thrives. In this, the role of the mid-market is crucial. Resilient despite the headwinds, the Top Track 250 are innovating, winning business and adapting to generate value. There is much to learn from them.”
This year's 250 companies achieved combined sales of £66.7bn, an 18% increase year-on-year, and employ more than 435,000 people. For the full ranking click here.