Body worn camera expert enters The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100
Edesix, market-leaders in the provision of Body Worn Cameras (BWC), has been named in The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 which highlights the top fastest-growing private technology companies in the UK.
Edesix has entered at number 64 in the 18th annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table, which ranks Britain’s 100 private tech (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years. It is compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times each September, with an awards dinner in November, and alumni dinners during the year.
Edesix has enjoyed a very successful last 18 months, where it has won some impressive new contracts with UK prisons, Scotrail and South Australian Police, and launched several new products, including the VideoTag Series its smallest most light-weight BWCs to date, the X-100 (head mounted) and X-200 (torso mounted) cameras and ONStream which integrates Edesix body-worn cameras with existing CCTV video management systems. Edesix has also opened new offices in both the USA and the Middle East. Police officers, paramedics and bailiffs in countries as far afield as Peru and New Zealand can be found wearing the company’s body-worn cameras which help improve safety for workers in public facing roles as well as providing video evidence.
“This is fantastic news for us and a great testament to all the hard work that has been put in over the last few years to grow the business both here in the UK and overseas,” explains Richie McBride, managing director of Edesix.
“There have been huge developments in the body-worn camera market in recent years, and we are determined to keep our place as market leader by continuing to innovate, listening to what customers want and keep moving into new target markets. We now have a presence in the USA, Middle East, Europe, Canada, and Australasia, and we will continue to expand in the coming years.”
For further information about Edesix please visit: www.edesix.com