ABERDEEN-headquartered IT consultancy Inoapps has entered the annual HSBC International Track 200 list of companies for the first time on the back of a significant spike in global business over the past two years.
The company has been listed in 79th place in the 2021 league table,run by the Sunday Times, which ranks Britain’s midmarket private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
Inoapps recorded 49% growth in its sales outside of the UK over the past two financial years.
Andy Bird, Inoapps Global chief executive officer, said: “We’re delighted to be included in this year’s International Track 200 table as this listing underlines our significant level of growth across the US, Europe and Asia in recent years.
“I’m proud of the Inoapps team for their efforts in growing our presence across the globe as we look to continue our expansion into these and other markets going forward.”
With a network of offices across the UK and premises in the US and Malaysia, Inoapps were among 10 Scottish-headquartered companies to secure a place on this year’s league table.