Cambridge, UK, 4th September 2014 – CRFS, the world’s leading provider of distributed RF spectrum intelligence systems, is delighted to announce its appearance in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table published this coming Sunday.
The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s private tech companies with the fastest-growing sales. It is the first time CRFS will have been featured in the listing, jumping straight in at number 45 with average annual revenue growth of 69% over the past 3 years.
CRFS has seen its sales take off in recent years as customers have come to recognise its RFeye® range of products as providing outstanding performance and value for money. CRFS has been busy expanding its international sales channels and was presented with a Queen’s Award for Export in 2013. Last year CRFS won a multimillion pound contract ahead of tough competition to supply spectrum systems for use during the Brazil World Cup. Sales have been strong across its core regulatory, security and military markets.
CEO, Alistair Massarella, commented: “We are delighted to feature in the Tech Track 100 list this year. I am very proud of the growth we have achieved which is down to hard work by the whole team. Our secret has been to provide our customers with the very best systems and solutions we can, at prices that sometimes embarrass our competitors. As long as we remain focussed on our customers’ needs, I am confident that continued growth will take care of itself.”
CRFS pioneered the concept of remote, distributed, real-time networks of spectrum sensors for continuous 24/7 monitoring of the RF environment. The RFeye range of products are used to improve the efficiency of modern-day spectrum usage, resolve complex interference issues and help secure critical buildings, sites and installations.
CRFS is headquartered in Cambridge, UK with offices in the USA and a large network of agents and distributors around the world.
Kerry Mertz, Sales and Marketing Executive
Tel: +44 (0)1223 859500 Email: [email protected]