20 December, 2016
Edge Testing Solutions Shortlisted for ‘Best Business’ at the Lanarkshire Business Excellence Award
Edge Testing Solutions, one of the UK’s fastest growing and largest independent software testing company, is delighted to announce that it has been selected as a shortlisted finalist in the category of Best Business for the Lanarkshire Business Excellence Awards 2017.
The Lanarkshire Business Excellence Awards celebrate the success and achievements of Lanarkshire businesses and the winners will be announced at the Gala Awards Dinner held at the Motherwell Concert Hall on Friday 03 March 2017.
CEO and founder of Edge Testing, Brian Ferrie, said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted as finalists for Lanarkshire’s Best Business. This caps off a fabulous year for the company and shows how far we’ve come in a short space of time from being recognised as winners in 2010 as Lanarkshire’s Best New Business.”
Brian, who is highly competitive by nature, set out to create a great company to work for and has hand-picked a Management Team with a wealth of industry experience, knowing that the right people and structure were critical in growing the business. The whole focus is on recruiting and developing high calibre individuals who can provide a truly world class service to its customers.
Edge Testing is a leading expert in providing world-class software testing solutions. The award winning company is typically engaged when organisations are implementing a new system or making significant changes to an existing system, to ensure systems are fast, secure, available and work as expected in an increasingly complex and distributed digital age.
The company has quickly built up an excellent reputation with an enviable client list across financial services, telecommunications and media, utilities, retail and the public sector.
In recognition of his achievements, Brian was presented with the new, prestigious ‘CEO of the Year Award’ at the ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards this year and Edge Testing is now listed on The Sunday Times Tech Track 100.
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