Xceed helps its clients — mainly blue-chip companies in the financial services sector — transform and migrate their IT technology. It was founded by Gary Stewart, 52, in 2003, and within four years had an office in New York. International sales hit £10.1m in 2015, driven mostly by business in North America. Last year its staff also worked on global projects for British clients, including in Switzerland and Israel. Stewart runs the company alongside chief executive John Casserly, 52, and chairman John Turner, 59.
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