When the likes of Glaxo Smith Kline or Microsoft want to book taxis, chauffeured cars or coaches, they may turn to Groundscope. The company’s software allows clients to make transport bookings. They can sign up for the technology on its own, or for a fully managed service. Either way, Groundscope takes responsibility for making sure the driver turns up on time. The London company was founded in 2007 by John McCallion and Paul Bustin and its sales have grown 51% a year from an annualised £2.4m in 2007 to £8.2m in 2010, with a quarter of that generated in emerging markets such as India and Russia.
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