FSB Tech ranks 13 on Sunday Times ‘Tech Track 100’

David McDowell – FSB Tech

FSB Tech has ranked as the thirteenth fastest growth UK enterprise in The Sunday Times ‘Tech Track 100’.

Updating every year, the Tech Track 100 lists an index of the UK’s fastest-growing tech organisations, with experts judging a number of key criteria including year-on-year sales performance, technology development, operational management and market proposition.

Generating a progressive year-on-year sales rise of 175% over the past 36 months of trading, FSB Tech ranks as the only industry incumbent to index on 2019 Tech Track 100, with Sunday Times judges underlining FSB’s unique software proposition competing within a highly saturated betting marketplace.

Founded by CEO David McDowell and CTO Sam Lawrence, FSB now works with over 30 brands across four different continents, employing nearly 120 staff with a reported gross revenue turnover from gambling activities growing to £24 million in 2018 alone.

David McDowell, CEO at FSB, said: “In addition to building cutting-edge sports betting software, FSB are pioneers in offering fully-managed trading services, which is now the go-to business model in the sector. We are proud to be the only gambling technology business to make it into the ranking this year.

“The quality of our software and services is provably underscored as larger and larger customers continue to migrate to the FSB platform. And we look forward to evolving and enhancing its components over the coming year, enabling our partners to realise their ambitions.”

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