Comtact is featured in The Leap 100 2016, a list of the 100 fast growth companies in the UK, launched by Mishcon de Reya and City AM. All the companies selected have demonstrated substantial growth over the past 12 months and been identified as the ‘ones to watch' for 2016.
Comtact, recognised as one of the UK's fastest growing IT service companies, has continued to invest in its people and a state-of-the-art 24x7x365 Network Operations Centre (NOC).
2015 saw the facility being significantly developed and expanded into a SOC - Security Operations Centre, helping organisations fight the exponential cybercrime wave, with the recruitment of some of Europe's leading Cyber security experts, combined with a highly integrated suite of Gartner leading solutions delivered as a managed service.
Dominic List, founder and Chairman of Comtact, said: "It's great that Comtact has been selected as part of The Leap 100 for 2016 - in Comtact's 10th anniversary year.
"This year we broadened our proposition to help our customers protect against the real threat of cyber attack or ransomware. With 80% of companies unaware they have already been breached, we added our managed cyber security solution to the portfolio to help our customers take back control.
"Alongside our complementary infrastructure management solution, Aurora365, we're ensuring dependable, secure IT and eliminating downtime. We've also seen increased adoption of our intelligent Wi-Fi tracking solutions, especially in the healthcare sector. We look forward to joining other The Leap 100 companies in building on this success over the coming year."
The Leap 100 companies, which range in terms of scale and sector, were chosen because of their growth potential and ability to make the leap to the next level in terms of revenue.
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