Plan.com ranked second in Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100
O2 provider and mobile technology platform plan.com has come second in the Sunday Times latest BDO Profit Track 100, following a profits increase of £7.1m.
The profits are up 125.18 per cent, while Plan’s latest sales sit at £57.2m according to the Profit Track 100.
The Profit Track 100 is a league table of Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits, measured from three years of compound growth.
In 2018 the company ranked top in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 league table.
Plan.com’s performance eclipsed the Top 100 average profit growth by 65 per cent while also being one of 50 companies to have continued recruitment during the pandemic.
Neil Kelly, chief financial officer at plan.com commented: “We’re extremely proud of the success and growth we’ve achieved. Winning the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 in 2018 was a phenomenal achievement for a start-up business. To be recognised with another top placement three years on is a true testament to the continuing hard work and dedication of our team.”
Plan.com started in 2014 as the brainchild of Yes Telecom founder Keith Curran and was backed by Isle of Man entrepreneur and investor Dan Craddock (pictured).
Last year it launched its myplan platform which devolved the power of SIM management from the network to the corporate end user.
The platform, took more than 50,000 man-hours to develop and incorporates millions of data points. It enables businesses and brands to configure and control their mobile and office based communications, live and in real-time without ever having to deal with the network to administer the SIM fleet.