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Bell Microsystems Ltd listed at 20 in Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200

08 July 2012:  Bell Microsystems was today featured in the prestigious Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table. 

The table lists Britain’s top-performing private companies with the fastest growing international sales over the last two years. 

Placed at number 20 in the Times international league, with 110.53% international CAGR (compound annual growth rate), builds upon Bell’s previous 4 placings in the UK Microsoft Tech Track league, listing the UK’s top 100 fastest growing technology companies.

Alastair Bell, Managing Director, Bell Microsystems commented, “Since founding the company in 1995, we have continually sought to innovate IT Solutions that satisfy real business issues.  By applying this, Bell has organically grown into international markets at the request of our customer base in order to continue providing an outstanding service both within the UK and internationally.  

“In these challenging economic times, we have sought to expand our capabilities, which is proven both in this significant placing which recognizes our international efforts, and also in our solid UK business which continues to deliver a sustained growth on all fronts”

 Bell is headquartered in Portsmouth, UK, with offices in Boston, USA and Singapore with plans to further expand into Australia and Hong Kong later this year.  

The key to the company's success lies in its delivery of an innovative IT Lifecycle Management (ITLM) framework which covers the whole life of an IT asset from cradle-to-grave including; supply and support, through to the end-of-life secure data removal, decommissioning and disposal management.   This framework optimises asset values and assists in managing cost-of-entry and most importantly the cost-of-exit at the most opportune economic point in the asset’s lifecycle.

 

[Reproduced by permission. Copyright The Sunday Times International Track 200]