ImpulsePay placed in the The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 for the second year running
“Our continued growth is thanks to our ability to lead the Charge to Mobile market and to take mobile payments out to new sectors,” said Chris Newell, CEO of ImpulsePay. “We see a lot of further growth for Charge to Mobile, and ImpulsePay specifically. We think that there are a range of industries, such as publishing or charity donations, which haven’t yet fully adopted mobile payments, but will really take off soon.”
The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 is based on growth, rather than total turnover. The list is compiled by analysing all tech companies in the UK, using the London Stock Exchange’s definition of technology as one that “shows a commitment to innovation, research and product development and operates in sectors including software, internet, telecoms and biotech.” Companies need to have sales that exceed £5m to be considered for the list.
ImpulsePay’s growth over the recent qualifying period can be attributed to the drive and determination of the staff and management team, who consistently innovate and improve the service, growing both the business and the mobile payments sector.
The company has recently relocated to Newcastle and into much larger offices. The increased space will allow ImpulsePay to grow further as it continues to lead the Charge to Mobile market in the UK and expands out internationally.