Amiqus Sustains Back-to-Back Annual Growth in Deloitte’s 2023 Fast 50 Rankings

From left: ​​ Callum Murray, Amiqus CEO Amiqus and Alastair Young, finance director at The Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 awards in London
  • Amiqus follows its Fast 50 success in 2022 by placing among the fastest-growing tech businesses in the 2023 Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 rankings.
  • In celebration, Amiqus extends its charitable partnership initiative with the Scottish Refugee Council, donating £1,000 to their winter appeal for each new client account opened in November and December

Amiqus has once again ranked as one of the fastest-growing businesses in the UK as part of the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 programme based on revenue growth over the last four financial years. The 3rd fastest in Scotland and 34th fastest-growing across the UK.

As part of the thriving early-stage tech landscape across the UK, Amiqus has this year continued to deliver its compliance platform across a range of large-scale regulated firms and public sector organisations including both departments of the UK government, across all of the Scottish Government, key shared services within the NHS, tier-one financial service firms, and over 600 regulated businesses, enabling them to securely meet their regulatory obligations and engage digitally with their staff and clients at scale.

Amiqus, having begun in 2015 with a focus on professional services, provides compliance software for leading law firms across the UK, and is now trusted by 9 out of the top 10 volume law firms across Scotland with close to two million checks being run. More recently, the impact of this is the direct compliance support for processes for individuals moving homes, securing new jobs, and accessing regulated products and services online.

Callum Murray, CEO and Founder of Amiqus, commented: 

“Being ranked amongst the fastest growing technology businesses across the UK by Deloitte is something we’re very proud of. Delivering sustained growth is, for us is as important as creating a positive impact with the work of Amiqus. The comments made by the First Minister of Scotland a few weeks ago are a testament to that and came as a bit of a welcome surprise.

There’s lots for us to do and problems to help solve alongside our clients so that people can access vital products and services as things continue to shift online.”

In celebration of this achievement, Amiqus is extending its support to the Scottish Refugee Council’s winter appeal. For every new account opened over November and December, Amiqus will donate £1,000 to support its charity partners at The Scottish Refugee Council. This initiative aims to contribute to their vital work of integrating and settling the families of asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland.

Since its inception in 2015, Amiqus has committed to sustainable and purposeful growth. The company invests in its people, conducts social value R&D, and champions “well-being economy” thought leadership. This approach has garnered recognition, including a mention in First Minister Humza Yousaf’s speech at the Gathering in Edinburgh on November 8, 2023. Yousaf commended Amiqus as an “excellent example of a young Scottish company striving to use business as a force for good and as a force for change.”

Amiqus remains dedicated to working in partnership with its clients, delivering long-term value to all stakeholders and addressing significant challenges within communities.

About the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 

The Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 is one of the UK’s foremost technology award programmes. Now in its 26th year, it is a ranking of the country’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies, based on revenue growth over the last four years. 

The UK Fast 50 awards are all about growth driven by leading intellectual property and are a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship. Previous winners have come from across the UK, are both large and small, and included some of the most dynamic players in all areas of technology, from IoT to BioTech, digital media technology to life sciences, FinTech to software and clean energy to telecommunications. 

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