Mumbai, May 2, 2017: Datamatics Infotech Ltd. (DIL), a subsidiary of Datamatics Global Services Limited (DGSL) was recently awarded as the “Fastest Growing Indian Company” in the ‘4th India meets Britain tracker 2017’ report, which was released by Grant Thornton in collaboration with the Confederation of India Industry (CII). Datamatics was also awarded as the “Fastest Growing Technology Company” and “Fastest Growing New Entrant” in the same report. The award was presented in the UK by the Deputy High Commissioner of India to UK His Excellency Dinesh K.Patnaik.
To be included in the Tracker, now in its fourth year, Indian corporates must have a minimum two-year track record in the UK, turnover of more than 5 million pounds and year-on-year revenue growth of at least 10 per cent. Datamatics Infotech Ltd. topped this year’s list with a growth rate of 103%.
Speaking on the occasion, Rahul Kanodia, Vice Chairman & CEO said, “It’s an honour to receive such prestigious recognitions. It has been our constant endeavour to provide smart services and solutions to our global customers. These smart solutions have been helping our customers maintain an edge in the highly competitive market; and this growth is a true reflection of our customer centric approach and corporate strategy to provide innovative solutions.”
Datamatics has been helping its customers in their Digital Transformation journey. The Company provides new age as well traditional services & solutions to its customers; that are scalable and provide increased efficiency. Some of the innovative solutions include Robotic Process Automation, Robotic Test Automation, Advance Analytics and enterprise Mobility, while the traditional services include Application Management, Enterprise Content Management, Enterprise Data Management, Enterprise Collaboration, Business Process Management, Claims Management, Finance & Accounting Services, and Automatic Fare Collection amongst others.
The Tracker highlights 55 of the fastest-growing Indian companies in the UK, as well as the top Indian employers, and provides insight into the evolving scale, business activities, locations and performance of the Indian-owned companies making the biggest impact in the UK.