London, 27 Feb 2017 - HighQ is proud to be placed at number 19 in the 3rd annual Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 2017. The annual league table ranks Britain’s 100 small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
HighQ was founded in 2001 and HighQ Collaborate is used by many international organisations in the legal, banking and corporate sectors, including 40% of the global top 100 law firms and some of the largest global financial institutions. HighQ has secured its position in the list by achieving international sales growth of 101.79%pa over the last two years.
HighQ first entered the Sunday Times SME Export Track 100 in 2016 at position 32. The company partly attributes its rise in the ranks to a £35 million investment in early 2016 from investors Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and One Peak Partners, which has enabled the company to expand further into international markets.
Ajay Patel, HighQ’s co-founder and CEO says: “HighQ has achieved tremendous growth in the last 12 months, and this award represents the hard work of every member of the HighQ team. We’re thrilled to have reached the top 20 of the SME Export Track, and our plans for further international expansion should push us even further up the list next year.”
HighQ (highq.com) provides innovative enterprise collaboration and content management solutions to the world’s leading law firms, financial services companies, governments and corporations. The company’s blue chip client base includes over 40% of the global top 100 law firms and some of the largest global financial institutions. HighQ combines secure, enterprise-grade technology with an amazing user experience to transform the way businesses collaborate, communicate and share information securely in the cloud. Founded in 2001, HighQ is headquartered in London, with offices in New York, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Sydney and Ahmedabad.