Friday, June 5, 2020

Exco InTouch wins big at the Northern Tech Awards

Exco InTouch, the Nottingham-based leading provider of digital patient engagement and data capture solutions for clinical research and healthcare providers, was last week recognized as the 6th fastest growing technology company in the North of England and Scotland in the 2016 Northern Tech Awards. The company was also presented with the Judges’ Award for International Success.

The awards ceremony took place at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool with the Top 50 Fastest Growing Technology Companies ranked by revenue growth over the last three years. Tim Davis, CEO and founder of Exco InTouch, was asked to present to a panel of judges including Sir Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco and Richard Faulkner, head of technology, media and telecoms at Barclays. Out of the 50 companies, only 5 were selected for a special Judges’ Award.

Davis said: “We are honored to have won this award in recognition of our continued high growth and international achievement and are proud to be making a strong and sustained contribution towards the North’s business success story. Indeed, our sales have more than tripled over the course of the last three years and since then we have seen revenues continue to advance rapidly into 2016.

“Innovation in our field lies at the heart of our success. Our robust offering has led to modernization and optimized performance in patient engagement and data capture solutions for global clinical trials and digital health programs. We have established strong partnerships with pharmaceutical companies both in the US and throughout Europe and have taken full advantage of the rapid expansion and demand for technological solutions in these clinical and healthcare markets. Consequently, we look forward with confidence to sustaining the exponential growth that we have secured to date”.

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